Holiday Inn Express & Suites Thornburg (I-95 Exit 118)
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... who knew that the South had far less resources.
Very similar terrain to Chancellorsville, with less roads and clearances. This battle really was manic, and chaotic, with Lee and Grant feinting and bluffing their intentions throughout the 2 days before and the 2 days of battle. This one again started by accident as a small skirmish, with both sides sending reinforcements to where the fighting started. Both sides also tried several times to out-flank ...
Woke early this morning 5:30am and really wanted to go back to sleep but couldn’t so
tried to get some work done on the computer.
Then did laundry all done by 9:30am.
Then I decided to take Greg suggestion and go see what a real old fashion July 4th
Celebration was all about, I didn’t how ever decide to ride my bike and be in
the parade. So I went into town got parked and first met ...
... her blog also.
We are meeting our dear friends, Andrea and Lucy, whom we met during our trip to Morocco last year, in Paris. We are staying in apartments in the same building and will tour with them while in Paris. They are bringing along a new traveler this year, little brother Will. It will be so great to explore a new city with these special friends.
... goal? How can the careless disregard for pain, suffering and loss of human lives prove anything but cruelty and selfishness? How are we supposed to perceive the terrorist’s God based on these actions? And most often, over and over again I ask myself “Why”. I have no answer to any of these questions.
So would I return to Morocco? The answer is yes. The same day that terror struck the Argana Café in Marrakech, ...
... war general. It was insightful to me as in his writings and spoken words he struggled between placing his loyalties with the government, city and nation that he loved or his home state and family. Reluctantly, he chose the later one. We found it curious that Lincoln chose that land for a civil war cemetery (after it had been confiscated for back taxes). The final irony was no Confederates were buried there ...