The Northern Neck Inn Warsaw
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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In eastern Virginia three peninsulas extend between tidal rivers into the Chesapeake Bay, the Virginia Peninsula around Williamsburg in the south, the Middle Peninsula, and the Northern Neck just south of Maryland. The Northern Neck was one of the first areas of English settlement in the American colonies and was birthplace of three of the first five American presidents. The peninsula is now a lightly populated backwater and very rural with small crossroads towns ...
Today was a road trip. Driving from Arlington we took off south and crossed into Maryland at I-495. After an hour on rural byways, stopping for a bite at Waldorf, MD; we continued south until we re-crossed the Potomac on US-301. This was a toll bridge and they required $3.00 southbound. As we crossed the bridge I think that it became apparent that none of the tolls collected go toward bridge maintenance. The bridge was sorely in need of rust control and repainting. Unlike the ...
There was no wind for sailing today. It was slick flat calm. No fish either. We motored our way back to our marina. At least it was sunny, dry and pleasant to be outdoors on the water! We arrived at 1114 hours and spent the usual couple of hours it takes to wrap things up before driving home to Arlington. ...
On the actuall first day of traviling, my family and I drove to Las Vegas. We stayed in a really fancey hotel. Then we drove to california. We just got here yesterday. Today we went to the beach. It was so pretty. It was the nicest beach i have been to so far in my life. Well tomorrow we are going to Disney Land. Then on wendsay we are going to California Adventure!!!!! I am so excited!!! Well thats all for today! Seeya later!! ...
... their R.O.T.C. uniforms. Many of those not going abroad have channeled their national service impulses into increasingly popular programs at home like ''Teach for America,'' which has become to this generation what the Peace Corps was to mine. It's for all these reasons that I've been calling them ''Generation Q'' -- the Quiet Americans, in the best sense of that term, quietly pursuing their idealism, at home and abroad. But Generation Q may be too ...