Days Inn Manassas/I-66
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We enjoyed the tour and made our way around the other buildings, such as the general store and the prison. Many of the buildings were closed or being repaired, but we enjoyed surveying the entire sight that felt like a small rural town.
After visiting Appomattox, we made our way toward Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s country home on the mountain. Siri led us down the nanny goat trail and it was a long and winding road, through ...
... set of people but then there are chances that you
see someone who was with you in the previous trip through the day and
familiarity comes easy with a smile and conversations flow in with suggestions
and plans. I made friends with a group of 8 African American women of all ages
who were from Tennessee and my god what energy levels they had.. absolute fun
women. All sisters with their kids.
Another interesting spot is the Lock Keepers House. We
... After some chatting and a little more football on the box, I crashed and don't remember my head hitting the pillow. The next morning we made our way back to DC after some brekky with the family and that night, Ben and Gretchen took me out to a local Thai spot. They have a collection of around 40 awesome pubs, restaurants, delicantecents, beer gardens, and coffee shops along a strip which runs about 800 meters from their doorstep. DC really is a class act! A massive thanks and plenty ...
... realised it was just across the car park, embarrassing.
We then went in to pick up our food and realised we had left our I Pad, wallet and car keys in the restaurant.
However we quickly retrieved them a scurried on back to the hotel keeping quite about the whole affair.
We got some drinks in the hotel and settled ...
The day dawned fine and warm so we headed off again on the bikes to get a proper look at the Capitol building. It is closed to visitors on sundays and if you want to go on a tour you have to book well in advance so we just walked around the outside. We rode the bikes to the Central train station and walked to the Capitol from there. As we were reasonably early there weren't many people around apart from a tour ...