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

      Frederick - Maryland's Piedmont

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 13, 2014

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      ... Confederate victory, but one insufficient for them to achieve their goal of overrunning Washington in time before Union troops returned for its defense. One of the great things about Monocacy compared to other Civil War battle sites, especially Gettysburg, is that every place I went I was the only one there.

      I knew little about Frederick despite passing through its outskirts on US-15 several times between my home in Manassas and my parents’ house in New York in ...

      Buy a freakin' puppy!

      A travel blog entry by adamel on Sep 16, 2013

      ... theory - kind of a Hallmark card theory - that in this booming, fast-paced, technological extravaganza society we've created for ourselves, individual people are being lost. I find I'm guilty of this myself. How many times do I take the easy way out and send an email or text rather than call someone up to talk? Or call to say hi rather than drive over for a visit *mind blown.* How many times do I go to bed thinking "I should really check in on ...

      From Frederick back to Washington

      A travel blog entry by bushybird on May 13, 2013

      ... had the obligatory swing seat or rockers. After driving into the Washington State Park we went on to Antietam where a famous bloody battle had taken place in 1863 between the Confederates under General Robert E Lee and the Unionists under General Maclellan. In one day, 23,000 men died with 18,000 wounded, a truly awful loss of men and the worst day of the War. ...

      The trip home

      A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Mar 17, 2013

      ... before my flight, gotten on a plane for nine hours and then waited for three hours for my connecting flight so I was pretty tired so I decided not to take their offer. I'm told they raised it to $600 after I had boarded the plane. I might have gone for that.

      After another uneventful flight I arrived at Washington-Dulles, got my bags and took a taxi home.


      Day 1, Newark to Frederick MD

      A travel blog entry by desousa on May 08, 2012

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      ... we reached Gettysburg, the site of the most famous and bloody battle of the US Civil War. During 3 days on July 1863 some 46 thousand soldiers (about 30% of the numbers on both armies) died on some 30 miles of battlefield.
      Many monuments and cemeteries and a battle museum.
      From there a short motorway drive to Frederick, Maryland where we are spending the night.

      Starting time tomorrow is at 7.