Gettystown Inn Bed & Breakfast

Address: 89 Steinwehr Ave. (Business Route 15 South), Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 89 Steinwehr Ave. (Business Route 15 South), Gettysburg, is near Gettysburg Cyclorama, Shriver House Museum, Ghosts of Gettysburg, and Soldier's National Museum.
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      Nice sites, loud music

      A travel blog entry by marklefamily on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... I had to kick Ella and Brandee out of their beds so I could get out the propane tanks and run down the road to Sheetz to exchange them. I hooked them back up and we were good to go for the night. Of course the dance music was blaring the entire time.

      Saturday
      Saturday was pretty cold all day. Barely got above 50degrees we stayed inside most of the morning. We were visited by Nevin & Cathy for early morning and lunch. We also went ...

      A Solemn Walk Through Gettysburg

      A travel blog entry by happyronin on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... each regiment sustained. Many of the deaths that did occur were either from infection due to wounds or from diseases that spread in close quarters.
      We were able to get an overview of the battle lines. Standing in areas which some part of the battle took place was very somber and sobering. Knowing that many soldiers had died on these areas (some very young) and that friends were often found on opposing sides was heartbreaking.


      It ...

      Americas History

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 31, 2014

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      ... from both sides. We went to the Visitors center and picked up a road map to follow. It's a 30mile area so its easiest to drive from spot to spot and follow the progression of the battle in your car. It worked out well as it was cold outside anyway so walking would not have been fun. It was interesting to see all the monuments representing the regiments who were mostly separated by state and the side they ...

      Cannons and Monuments, Oh, My!

      A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... Perhaps my fault that I didn't find a good time to ask him questions. We were wishing for listening devices because by the time we got off the bus, he would be halfway through his talk on that particular site. Mr. Smith did clear up the difference between a regiment which consists of 300 men and a brigade made up of 5 regiments. All in all, I think I needed at least a full day or two to truly ...

      It isn't even past!

      A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jun 15, 2014

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      ... Congress begging for more support or the American soldier building his shelter in the falling snow. These were not sunshine patriots. We arrived late in the afternoon but had the time to take our own driving tour. Again, the states had erected monuments or markers where their respective troops resided (at least that is how I interpreted it). We visited the Washington Memorial Chapel, begun in 1903 and, of course, General Washington's ...