Super 8 Manassas
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... of creating a new country. Exactly 4 years later, the largest Confederate Army ceased to exist and the hope for a new country had ended. Freaky!
Of course General Johnston’s Army of the Tennessee had not surrendered, which they did on April 26 and the last sizeable confederate force surrendered on June 23, 1865 in Choctaw County, Oklahoma. But, for all intents and purposes, the war ended at Appomattox Court House. We had seen the beginning ...
... restaurant. The next morning, after packing up, we returned to Annapolis to do some more touring and then continued driving East until we arrived at Rehoboth Beach on the Atlantic.
Another friend of Jens, Nancy Cooney, lives in the area. Nancy was the first of six college students who stayed with Jens' family more than 50 years ago. Nancy came in 1957 and spent seven weeks there attending ...
... in-between the lanes on the turnpike whilst on our way to Manassas.
We arrived at our hotel about 7pm. We decided to stay in and do some much needed washing and drying, get a Mexican takeaway from Chipotle's and share an evening in front of the television.....
Having taken the car to the take away to pick up our meal, James ...
Started early today to try to get a tour in the Capitol Hill building.
I was standing outside the hotel and started talking to a homeless woman sitting on a bench. I thought that she was down on hard times, then she told me that she was supposed to get $160,000 per month from the Government and she was ...
... pretty hot. We knew we were in trouble though, when the taxi driver didn't want to take us to the hotel. Got there to find I had picked one of the worst locations in town. No public transport, shady area and trains running behind the hotel.
After dumping our stuff, we headed down to the nearest Metro station. Half a mile isn't that far, right? The footpath between the hotel and the traffic lights was really dirty and almost non-existent in some places. ...