Residence Inn Manassas Battlefield Park
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... there was an area where we could walk on glass - I made the conscience decision to avoid that at all costs. The thought of being up that high made me nervous, never mind walking on glass - thanks, but no thanks. To get to the top of the tower we got on an elevator which they PACKED with people... no seriously, I was so smashed into this elevator, I thought I would throw up. We made our way on this elevator about half way, and then went up another elevator ...
... Virginia and Washington, DC. I am also fortunate because Jamie, a friend and former colleague, will be among those travelling with me - so I won't be "alone" in this adventure! Our travels will take us first to Beijing where we will participate in various workshops as well as visit historical sites such as the Great Wall of China (I.CAN’T.WAIT.), Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. We will end our travels by taking a train to Shanghai where we will continue ...
... got a yummy swordfish, Mom an interesting crab pasta, and Dad chicken with delicious mushrooms. We saw the Kim Jong Il funeral shown on TV. The one strange part of the night was when the hostess, who was very nice, basically interviewed us after our meal, asking each what we had and what we thought, then told us to stay for as long as we'd like.
Now watching Drive with the family (which cost us a ridiculous $17) . Good ...
... Space Museum where theres loads of planes and also Apollo 11.
As well as museums Washington is FULL of monuments but you don't seem to tire of seeing new ones. The best is probably the Lincoln Memorial where the big man sits in his chair overlooking the National Mall all the way down to the Washington monument (big thin tall stick monument) and the Capitol building - the one with the big dome on top. Other's that were worth the ...
... have been traveling to Mozambique on mission teams annually since 2003, and look forward to seeing old friends and making even more new ones on this trip.
Shawn Kiger: I am the Children's, Youth, and Young Adult Minister at Lane Memorial UMC in Altavista, VA. I have been married to Nikki for almost 8 years and we have two daughters. Cassidy is four and Tinsley is 10 months. Nikki and I traveled to Mozambique 6 years ago.
Luanne Pond: I am ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking