Gelinas Manor

Address: 219 Front Street, Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania, 17007, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 219 Front Street, Boiling Springs, is near U.S. Military History Institute and Carlisle Barracks.
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    Travel Blogs from Boiling Springs

    Gettysburg

    A travel blog entry by annmpriest on Jul 31, 2015

    26 photos

    ... fat in it'. I think he said I could have 10% milk. Full cream milk is called 'cream' but is not pouring cream like ours. Strange people. Have to ask for cappuccino or get filter coffee and creamer, which isn't even a dairy product. Muffin was good though. All on bus nice and early and had to go to Duty Free to pick up peoples purchases before crossing boarder. Poms all bought alcohol. Not worth carrying around, would get broken. They ...

    Chocolate World!

    A travel blog entry by mhfamily on Jul 31, 2015

    13 photos

    ... plush toys of the different candy characters. I find this kind of odd, ok the Hershey's Kiss character is cute but the others are a bit odd looking but when in Hershey! Oddly enough the Twizzler character is a teddy bear.... weird. Anyway then it was off on our way to our New Jersey hotel. We took the kids swimming (again) and ate dinner. Tony and Dottie got locked out of their hotel room for a few hours because the door key system completely died, so random. Tomorrow HOME!! ~ ...

    Back on the Trail

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on Jun 13, 2015

    17 photos

    ... aside from not wanting to backtrack to Virginia to do it, I also didn't particularly see the point, especially as you would miss some good parts of the trail and some historic monuments and things. So I was just heading out a little more than 6 miles to the first shelter past Harper's Ferry.

    The first couple miles of that was a flat tow path next to a canal, and as I started down it, I looked behind me and saw massive dark storm clouds coming up fast. ...

    1812. A Town that's Younger than Me

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 07, 2013

    8 photos

    ... be, towns came into existence because people needed each other. They needed a central place for gathering to buy and sell goods, to repair their tools and to administer their affairs. Nowadays, "new towns" come into existence because of irritation--people get irritated at their municipal, township or county government because of poor services and/or high taxes, and get together and declare independence, starting their own "new town". These people don't usually have a ...

    1810. Crashing a Birthday Party

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Oct 19, 2013

    38 photos

    ... cities and towns are following this same model more and more.

    Oh well... I suppose I should experience it in my Superhike, since after all this is American culture... And there is a bit of history buried beneath the asphalt, big signs and boxy store: this is the route the Confederates followed in the Civil War on their way to Gettysburg, the turning point in the war. Now there's just a plaque mentioning that.

    As I pass Walmart, the ...