Olde Towne Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... m sure focus groups were held and a marketing firm suggested the new town name "Appomattox Court House" to confuse generations of future high school students.
We parked Old Blue and went to the Visitor’s Center. Mark struck up a conversation with one of the volunteers, a charming, older gentlemen who was enthused about the site. A tour gathered and we were pulled in to tour the McLean House. The guide recounted the events leading up to April ...
... lot of trails at Manassas along with interpretive displays but less in the way of monuments and historical remains than at some of the other battlefields.
I know the Manassas area well since lived there for about 18 months while working my first post-college job in DC area. Why did I live in Manassas, so far away from work and Washington activities? I'm not sure, but it would probably make it to the Top 10 on the list of dumbest things I’ve ever done. ...
... when "ten people from all languages and nations will grasp hold of – indeed, grab – the robe of one Jew and say, “Let us go with you, for we have heard that God is with you.” (Jer 8:23). May that time come so soon!!
We took a few tourist shots throughout the day- the essential ones of Capitol Hill (although undergoing renovations its still quite an impressive building) the Washington Monument and the White house ...
The capital of the USA, home to the White House and a huge array of monuments and museums... It's Washington DC! After (unsurprisingly) being stuck in traffic trying to get to our campsite on the edge of the city we finally arrived, had dinner and set off into the city centre to see the monuments lit up at night and they really did look incredible! We walked over ...
... the Court House blocking multiple roads. We had planned to go to the Natural history Museum afterwards because that was opened until 7:30. That was quickly canned when we ended up in Georgetown at 6pm. We chose not to get off the bus, as it would have taken another hour to get a bus after we got off. Tired, sunburnt (don't tell my dad) and sweaty we went back to the hotel for a quick shower we dinner. And that was pretty much it, our 48 hours ...