Hickory Bridge Farm Bed and Breakfast

Address: 96 Hickory Bridge Road, Orrtanna, Pennsylvania, 17353, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 96 Hickory Bridge Road, Orrtanna, is near Stephen F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Mr. Ed's Elephant Museum, Land of Little Horses, and Gettysburg Civil War Era Dinner Theater.
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    Travel Blogs from Orrtanna

    6 states today!

    A travel blog entry by boylefamily on May 25, 2015

    14 photos

    ... of the factory and all got a free chocolate afterwards...a new caramel one. Yum! We finally made it to New York, via the Newark airport (don't ask). Our hotel is nice! We went for a stroll down to the park slope area of Brooklyn and ate some yummy pizza and baked ziti! We were all tired and finally fell asleep. Looking forward to our NYC adventure ...

    Almost Heaven....

    A travel blog entry by psandefur on May 18, 2015

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... blank shots or canon fire.  In fact, there were over 500 cannons in the area for these fights.  This park reminds me of Gettysburg where they have a driving tour set up and there are monuments set up from different states and divisions to honor those who died. One of the downfall of the Confederates was that Gen. Robert E. Lee made 2 copies of his plan for the fight and one copy known as the "Lost Order" was found by a Union soldier and given to Gen. ...

    Taylorsville, MD with Aunt Anne & Uncle Dave

    A travel blog entry by flatwalker on Dec 10, 2014

    23 photos

    ... of a guest room and Christmas decorating
    -made a gingerbread house
    -visited Mrs. French
    -went to Mass

    Welcome message from Aunt Anne:

    12/8: Welcome (no picture)
    Hi! This is Aunt Anne in Mount Airy, Maryland! I am so glad you are visiting me! Tonight I am making my grocery list and you are sitting ...

    Post-visit: The "Real" Appalachia

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 23, 2014

    21 photos

    ... white settlers, perhaps?

    No, the opposite.

    White people burned the homes of the Indians?

    No--not that either!

    What really happened was a refreshing anomaly in the cruel and tragic relationship between the White Man and the Natives. See, back in the mid-1700s, there was an agreement that this land was to belong to the Indians. Then, a couple of white families decided to test that agreement and built homes on Indian land.
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    1827. The Bloodiest Day in American History

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 28, 2014

    37 photos

    ... experienced in those fateful hours. And having the place almost to myself also adds to the serenity of the moment. At the bottom of the valley is the most iconic image of the battle: Burnside Bridge. Here the union commander sent wave after wave of soldiers to try to cram their way across this narrow bridge, making themselves excellent targets for Confederates on the ridge. This bridge is a symbol of one of the many blunders of this battle and a real lack of imagination of ...