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... br> Spotsylvania, and Wilderness Battlefields 10 to 20 miles west and southwest of
the town. Those battles took place almost entirely in the woods. The Fredericksburg Battlefield was most interesting to me since most of the carnage took place in
a case of colossally bad military strategy Union forces were commanded to
attack well-defended confederate positions on a sunken road behind a stone wall
and on a hill across an open field outside the town. To ...
... as well, you can see all the parks from this vantage point! 400 feet is pretty high, so I have a tendency to believe that claim seeing how far you can see at the top of Kings Dominions Eiffel Tower and, that is only 275' - 300' if I remember correctly.
I hope to get some good pictures from this lofty perch above the park!
Once we get our feet back on the ground this is where we intend to get the most of our souvenir shopping out of the way.
... for Zip Cars only (yeah, no idea what that means either)
Eventually a valet guy turned up, forcing us to use the service if we liked it or not, American's don't believe in signs or instructions, you should know, why don't you know?
Finally we got to the Mall:
... what we had to do before the organized chaos began. Our team is broken up into several shifts, running 24 hours of weather support for an aviation team and general headquarters. This boils down to protecting our helicopters and obese children who are not drinkin 10 - 12 canteens not to exceed 13 per day (inside air force joke). Some of us began to sleep during the day and the rest of us crashed at a decent time with ...
... Mary Washington, lived and died.
Fredericksburg was strategically important during the Civil War because it lay about halfway between the Confederate Capitol in Richmond and the National Capitol in Washington D.C. It was also the site of military troop activity from 1861 to 1865 and home to several major battles which by the end of the war left the town in shambles (though it has been nicely ...