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

    Getting to Gettysburg

    A travel blog entry by griffithb on Jul 06, 2015

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    The long day of driving included several encounters with slowed traffic and construction. We finally arrived in Gettysburg. We decided to drive through town to see what eating establishments were still open - trying to avoid the quick burger & fries menu. We ended up in the park and decided to go see the Eternal Flame. We'll be visiting the site again tomorrow, but wanted to get some pictures of the flame in the twilight / dusk. ...

    The Candy Man

    A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Jul 04, 2015

    1 comment, 71 photos

    ... hotel to dry off a bit after our rainy day before heading over to What If for dinner. This restaurant is in the basement of the Howard Johnson’s. We shared the Calamari and Keith had Linguine with White Clam Sauce and I had Pappardelle Bolognese. We enjoyed it, but had no room for dessert.

    The Lodge was having fireworks for the 4th, but it was at 10:30 and we were just too tired to go. We just relaxed in our ...

    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. ...

    Postvisit (0084): Hiking in Subzero Temperature

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 14, 2013

    39 photos

    ... who is dying of cancer.

    Clearly Anne Seton is still very much alive in the hearts of people here. However, I don't think the concept of "praying to saints" is the same in American Catholicism, as it is, say, in Latin America where indigenous people continue to pray to their pre-Colombian deities... they've just given them different names--the names of saints. In Northwest Mexico, for example, instead of praying to the Rain God, they pray to San Juan...
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    Day 7: Pickett's charge and a ghost hunt

    A travel blog entry by tieken on Jun 21, 2013

    30 photos

    ... br> We sat on the porch for awhile and then walked over to Springhouse Tavern in the basement of Dobbin House for dinner. It's a cool place that definitely takes you back to colonial times. It was also a stop on the Underground Railroad.

    Now we are waiting to go on a ghost hunt at 10:00 PM. It should be interesting!! Everyone keeps asking us if we've had any ghost sightings. Well, Danny swears while he was up reading and I was asleep, he heard the floorboards ...