Econo Lodge

Address: 6021 Francis Scott Key Drive, Frederick, Maryland, 21704, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 6021 Francis Scott Key Drive, Frederick, is near National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Historical Society of Frederick County, Barbara Fritchie House and Museum, and Antique Cellar.
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    Travel Blogs from Frederick

    Why America Needs a Puppy

    A travel blog entry by adamel on Sep 16, 2013

    Emma of Oxford originally gave me the idea to keep my blog going. I hadn't really thought about it. I figured back home in good ol' Gtown life would return to plain old everyday normal and the blogging would simply fade. But the more I thought about, the more I missed it. And after today I actually feel like I have something to say, so here we go. Continue at your own risk...

    I started the morning with a few possible blog topics in mind. First ...

    Away We Go

    A travel blog entry by munchkinettes on Jul 05, 2013

    3 comments, 3 photos

    We're finally on the road! After a few days of packing way more than we need and loading everything into the RV (thank you for your help, Nana and Max), our journey finally begins! We were on the road by 10:30 and made a quick stop at Grandma and Grandpa's for a spare set of RV keys. Now we're headed west on route 70. Bob is at the wheel, with Riley as his co-pilot and "Controller of the Music". I'm testing out the ...

    From Frederick back to Washington

    A travel blog entry by bushybird on May 13, 2013

    ... bigger and the land surrounding them seemed to be a huge manicured lawn which was usually not fenced between neighbours, so how they knew when to stop mowing their bit was puzzling! The area north of Middleburg was obviously horse country and where the moneyed set lived. A perfect end to our holday which left us with a vivid memory of the area - a lush, green, rolling landscape with white clapboard ...

    The trip home

    A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Mar 17, 2013

    ... the answer was yes. I went in to kill the two or three hours until my flight boarded. They had some food but not much that was vegetarian. They did have some booze so I had some Campari.

    The flight arrived in Seattle on time. I had to get my bags to go through customs, which is a bit of a hassle but it went a lot more smoothly than it had in Shanghai earlier ...

    Setting Sail

    A travel blog entry by triciab on May 30, 2012

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... in the country's capital, Al-Manama (mainly the result of foreign business and the U.S. Naval Base stationed there), so there are still western activities to be found everywhere. There are also a good amount of western restaurants like Applebees, Burger King, Chili's, etc., though most people say it's much cheaper to eat local food. Something tells me the cuisine may be the biggest adventure of all! I may be known ...