Days Inn Manassas/I-66
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... movements, so clearly both sides are more experienced by this stage. The battle was fought over a large area, seemed to me larger than Gettysburg, with each side trying to outflank the other.
Interestingly, Lincoln 'sacked' Pope after this and put McLellan in charge, only to sack him after Antietam..
Some interesting stories......
The First battle of the war at Manassas was started at the Wilmer McLean house ...
No updates at 38,000 feet for fear of causing a mobile phone-induced engine malfunction. However, we are now safely landed on American soil (God bless it). Took us nearly an hour to clear immigration. The queue snaked up and down the hall, doubling up on itself and back again. An American passport was the equivalent of having a fast entry pass on the rides at Alton Towers. As we ...
... certainly one of those bittersweet moments where I was thinking “I miss my bed, I miss my friends, I miss my condo, my routine…” but at the same time “I’m going to miss my family! When will I see them next? Why do they have to be so far away?” I am my mother’s daughter and could feel the tears start to well up in my eyes saying good bye to Ate Baby – but I bit them back.
Thankfully, we got a porter to bring ...
... 8221; and I wondered if this was a perfect opportunity to go. I first spoke to my brother about my crazy, out of the blue idea and naturally, he thought it was brilliant (ok, exaggeration, but he liked it). I think if I were Angela meeting my future husband’s family without him, it would kind of be overwhelming… BUT if my future sister in law was going to be there… then it would take a little pressure off. Of course, when telling my Mom, ...
... needed to spend the whole day wondering and contemplating to get the full benefit. However, time was of the essence and I walked past the Smithsonian Castle and moved onto the Freer Gallery which was showing a whole lot of eastern art from Japanese Canvases to traditional Indian Religious art. I tried again to get into the Holocaust Museum, but was unsuccessful. Oh well shall just have to make my way back to DC at some point. Day Five: Departure :( I hadn't planned on ...