Residence Inn Manassas Battlefield Park
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... luck. A young Vietnamese or Thai young man (probably no more than 13 years old) now sits between us. Poor thing doesn’t speak a lick of English, reaches over the girl sitting at the window to pull up the shade (thankfully there are two windows in our row, but still), reaches over ME to hand garbage to the flight attendants and cannot, for the life of him pick something to watch. I swear, he goes through all of the movies; fast forwards, plays, and then ...
Drive along Cemetery Ridge at the Battlefield.
Drive from Gettysburg to Washington DC
Check in to the Hotel
Metro (train) to the Washington Mall.
Visit the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum
Walk along the Mall to the Capitol
Visit the Smithsonian Museum of American History.
After dinner (in a great Mexican restaurant - we view the 4th July ...
1. I get to travel with my future sister in law – what better way to get to know someone than to spend 24 hours straight with them? You know, sitting on airplanes, in terminals, etc. (Especially when they can help you find a throw up bag when you start to feel sick. Right, Jamie?)
2. I will get to meet NEW family! Whether through marriage, or just new little people who were born in the last 15 years! That is so exciting!
3. I ...
Well, I haven't started packing, but I have gathered together in piles what I need to take with me. Each time I think of something I need to take, I grab it and add it to a pile. I also did the check ins for the team. I've spent a lot of time today gathering all the paperwork that we will need (boardinng passes, insurance cards, and UMVIM info). All the remainder ...
... Dixon (a Geordie!), who were English Astronomers. It was made famous as the dividing line between the free Northern States and the slave-trade supporting Southern states prior to the American Civil War. Laura is incredibly interested in American history and insisted on telling me this, and playing the song 'Sailing to Philadelphia' by Mark Knopfler - over and over again - as we travelled onward. We also passed over the Appalachian Trail, which is more up ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center