Olde Towne Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... flag that inspired the Star Spangled Banner. It was amazing to think we were just there yesterday! Here we even got to see the original flag that was made by Mary Young Pickersgill. The next exhibit was "American Stories". We were able to see items Native Americans traded instead of money, part of the Plymouth Rock, a baby rattle for John Hancock's family, a mask of Abraham Lincolns face, and the top hat he was wearing the night of ...
... This was declined and he responded, when we meet one day you will find me as the brother you've always known.
At Second Manassas/Bull Run there is a Confederate cemetery which has mass graves for each of the States armies that fought their. Only 2 individual grave markers are present the rest are unidentified.
Phew another long, interesting and fascinating day.........
Its no surprise, that I'm a wee bitty tired.
... arrived in New York City just after lunch time and dragged our luggage and ourselves downtown. We intentionally had booked into another part of NYC so that we could visit different parts of the city. It was so cool! Gabe had booked us into Koreatown! Lol! It should be Korea block. Guess what we had for most dinners? We were still within walking distance to Times Square so we headed that way to see whether we could get some half priced tickets for a show. We got perfect seats ...
... were answered – I was not charged for overweight bags… the next challenge is getting them through customs by myself!
The trip has gone smoothly so far. Manila to Narita was great, and I’m in hour 8 of Narita to Detroit and I can say, so far so good. I got my hopes up at the beginning of this flight though when the middle seat remained empty. I looked at the girl sitting at the window and said “OH! We might get lucky!” Nope, ...
... pretty excited about the idea as well – I mean, I hadn’t been since I was 15 years old, and she knew just how much it would mean for her family to see me after all this time. The idea that really helped make the final decision to say “Yes, I will go” was remembering my dear Aunts (my mom’s sisters), especially my mother’s oldest sister, my Nanay Joving. Nanay Joving is 83 years young and quite possibly the sweetest woman on ...