Olde Towne Inn
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- 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 ...
... the clear view of the monument... makes one just smile. Here
I was.. standing where Abraham Lincoln was being enshrined, where Martin Luther
King gave his "I have a dream" speech. It's a good idea to just sit
here and breathe it all in.
I didn't have time to see all the spots so had been
selective and very time managed. But then, the open top bus made a stop in-front
of the Spy Museum.. and I sat still contemplating whether I should.. could miss
... it's a place where you sit on the porch with a Burban or a beer and enjoy fried chicken. Gretchens folks live in a cute farm style home about 15 minutes outside of Greensboro. It's one of those homes that just feel like home and I was met at the front door with a big hug....followed shortly by my first dish of home made fried chicken, fresh oven baked bread and veg, accompanied by one of the local artisanal beers. I was in bed early as we had an early start for the game. ...
... 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. ...
... anniversary. The Army, Navy and Airforce were there parading the streets and there was a lot of positive atmosphere which was great to watch. After the parade we walked to the Capital Building, which was outstanding. Unfortunately it was closed for maintenance so we couldn't go in. After a brief stop at Paul's for some more soup and hot drinks, we then rushed back to the Hotel to grab our bags and go to the Bus Terminal for our LAST overnight bus journey!! ...