Antrim 1844 Country House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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A cooler night so we slept well and woke about 8 and got up at 8.30. Gabrielle was already up and had done our washing. Coffee and Krispy Creme for breakfast.
Gabrielle mowed the lawn with a ride on mower.
I spent the morning doing blogs. None of us had any energy to drive anywhere. Gabrielle had a nap on the couch. We had a scratch lunch of leftovers from yesterday's picnic as well as doggie bags from ...
I didn't sleep well because it was hot and I had dreams about getting tossed out of the house if I tossed and turned too much. I woke just before the alarm at 8.30. Had a Krispy Creme doughnut and coffee for breakfast while doing work e-mails. Had a shower and then off to return the van.
All in Gabrielle's car to the Mason Dixon line outside Littlestown to take a photo. We weren't the only ones with ...
Woke at 6.30. Marie up at 8 and showered. I got up bout 8.30 waited for Tammy to text me they were ready for breakfast. She forgot. We looked out our window and saw them down there so Joined them. Scrambled egg (more like Australian style) and ham oatmeal and make it your self waffle for breakfast.
Packed up our room about 9.30 then farewelled Tammy Hayley and Dalney and on the road about ...
Dec. 14, 2013, Day 307
2 hrs, 8.7 kms
Day total: 12 hrs, 28.7 kms
I remember little about my visit to Taneytown in my 2007B tour--other than that it was very cold. Now I'm hoping to at least find a cozy little cafe to sit, warm my bones and bask in my accomplishment. No luck--the only place that serves food that's open is a ...
... Union rifle and artillery fire, at great losses to the Confederate army. Lee led his army on a torturous retreat back to Virginia. Between 46,000 and 51,000 soldiers from both armies were casualties in the three-day battle. That November, President Lincoln used the dedication ceremony for the Gettysburg National Cemetary to honor the fallen Union soldiers and redefine the purpose of the war in his historic Gettysburg Address.
Summary: The Union ...