Wyndham Garden Manassas
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- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... scenery. We made it to Monticello and bought tickets for the 2:40 tour. We had lunch in their café. It was turning out to be a beautiful day, warm and sunny.
Now we were going to visit the man at the center of the great contradiction of the founding of the United States. Perhaps our “original sin.” The home of the man who declared that “all men were created equal” and yet owned other human beings. The man who ...
... planes, some fighter jets and a retired presidential plane. Prominent among the planes was a C-47, the transportation workhorse during WWII. While in the Danish Air Force in 1966, Jens had flown in it as a passenger several times.
Now settled in a Jellystone campground in Elmer, New Jersey, tomorrow we move closer to Philadelphia, where there are many important historical sites to visit.
... passionate speech.
Then walked through the tunnel to the Library of Congress. This is a really spectacular building. Very ornate and beautifully decorated. Manage to take some photos of Thomas Jefferson Library (photography prohibited).
By then we have had enough. Headed home for much needed nap.
... hey got me to walk all the way from the visitor centre to JFK's grave then on to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. I was half dead by the time we finished. We got a free shuttle ride back to the visitor centre, then headed over to National Mall to meet Leger and her daughter. We ended up at the Hard Rock café for lunch and there the craziness continued. I don't know who was the craziest at the table. I didn't enjoyed the lift ride upstairs to use the facilities ...
... at Manassas and let the South attack his strong position. Lee (South) split his army of 50,000 in two and sent Jackson 57 miles (in 2 days march!!!) around Popes position to attack from the rear and cut off and escape to Washington. Pope found out and turned around to take on Jackson and finish him first.
Basically, Pope gave up the advantage he had and was held off by Jackson. Thinking that Jackson was near finished ...