Residence Inn Fredericksburg
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... stay, including a pile of vouchers for discounts free credits/meals at certain places...mostly Downtown Disney which seems to be the adult nightlife part of the park. We also did a lot of research on where and how to eat inexpensively (which pretty much breaks down as...if you don't want a princess in your face while you are trying to eat, you don't have to pay $35 or more).
Jodie & I are just two people and we are staying for 12 days and we are budgeting exactly ...
So after making up and giving a peace offering to my mother, we decided to head back to funland and try miniature golfing. I feel that golf is not a sport. But I am game. It was so humid. I was terrible, but I had a great time. We were laughing; well I was having everyone laughing. Making joking on how bad I play. Who's idea was to put 18 holes in put put? Just hit the damn ball. ...
... hour until we got bored of looking like fools coasting around the water. We ate lunch at the Blue Lagoon cafe. I had the caesar salad. After finishing up we headed to the bus station. Here is where I got annoyed. The tourists starting stampeding to get in a little shack where everyone stored their luggage (since most people go to Blue Lagoon to/from the airport) while enjoying the Blue Lagoon. No one wanted to work together or help each ...
... the Rappahannock River. His Mother, Mary was a very prominent person in town. Her home is a National Historic Place. There is a monument honoring her and a school named for her. Just about everything in Fredericksburg that has the Washington name is for Mary. After touring downtown, we crossed the Rappahannock River to visit Chatham Manor. This home was built between 1768 and 1771 ...
... Santiago at 8:30 – so be sure to be thinking for me at those exact moments! I just hope I can sleep on the plane!!
PS... Check out this story from PWCS website. My student won Honorable Mention at the Northern Virginia History Day competition :) I'm so proud of him!