Residence Inn Fredericksburg
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn Fredericksburg
Travel Blogs from Fredericksburg
... in the area. I will be searching for information on my great-grandfather who was a Civil War soldier. From what I understand, the staff at the Visitors Center will be able to help me trace his movements across the battlefield and follow his footsteps across the modern field. It will be amazing to walk in the footsteps, so to speak, of my ancestor who lived in the mid-1800s & early-1900s . I'm looking forward to seeing what I can find ...
... to get an idea of what was in style in Europe. I also learned some cute travel hair styles. And almost all of yesterday I planned out outfits and got them packed.
One thing that the McManus family is good at is packing. For our two weeks abroad we are only takeing hiking backpacks, and carry on bags. We pack small because my parents had a bad experence in Great Britian. They had their rental car broke into and had their suitcases stolen. So now we only bring ...
... saw so many amazing sights that I will keep in my memory forever. I visited Westminster Abbey, Windsor Castle, St Paul's Cathedral,Stone Henge, Edinburgh Castle, Notre Dame, and the Eiffle Tower just to name a few. All of these have helped to mold my view of the world and my appreciation for art and culture. I feel like I learned so much just from visiting places I had never been before. It is an entirely different ...
... especially when it comes to Chile because Megan can tell me what's really going on firsthand. Megan and Chris have been going on with their daily lives: working, socializing and even hosting visitors these past few weeks. Not to mention they are hundreds of miles from where the epicenter was (think natural disaster in New York and living in DC or NOVA - thats how far we're talking). I trust them as two of my closest ...
... of the Confederacy. This turned out to be a reasonable sampler of Civil War history.
The first major battle of the American Civil War occurred on July 21, 1861 about 30 miles east of the nation's capitol in the farm fields of Manassas, close to what's now Washington Dulles airport. It was a battle of the inexperienced, as both armies were filled with young recruits ...