Red Cardinal Bed And Breakfast

Address: 521 Lerew Road, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 17105, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 521 Lerew Road, Carlisle, is near U.S. Military History Institute and Carlisle Barracks.
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      Travel Blogs from Carlisle

      The Big Plane Ride

      A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Jan 09, 2015

      ... to the flight
      regarding her dislike of flying. The
      kids got their “wings” upon check in at Harrisburg and all went smoothly with
      the flight including arriving early in Orlando!
      It was a super late night and long day for everyone. Let the vacation ...

      1848. The Amish Schoolhouse

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Nov 20, 2014

      23 photos

      ... to learn instruments, they just want to poke around on their computers..." We used to rent and sell instruments to schools around here. Now the schools get their instruments from big companies... Also, everybody wants to buy online. But me? I'm old school. I believe in face to face communication. I don't even have a cell phone or email." I empathize with his frustration and nostalgia for a bygone era. But I don't agree with him entirely. I have, in fact, encountered a lot ...

      Post-visit: The Indian School Cemetery

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jul 30, 2014

      43 photos

      ... of the powerful country of the USA that we have today. But things like this are a reminder that, no, things could have been different. There were plenty of Native Americans who really wanted to work things out peacefully and I'm sure many of others would have come around if it had been clear that negotiations was the best long term solution for their people. The problem was that most whites at that time simply didn't see Indians as people. They were ...

      Postvisit (0084): Hiking in Subzero Temperature

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 14, 2013

      39 photos

      ... br>
      Emmitsburg is one of the most interesting towns along this route. Here you can find the shrine of Elizabeth Seton, the first American canonized to sainthood by the Catholic church. I was quite intrigued by the shrine, the grotto and the story of her life when I stopped by here back at the end of my 2007B tour, and I glad to be back to explore it a little more.

      So I start my hike, enjoying the blanket of snow, and the many creeks I cross. So are frozen ...

      Day 7: Pickett's charge and a ghost hunt

      A travel blog entry by tieken on Jun 21, 2013

      30 photos

      ... our room and he felt the presence of someone watching him in curiosity. Last night I fell asleep with my hand around a bar of the iron headboard. I awoke a few hours later with my hand feeling ice cold on the bar. Was it a ghost??? Maybe. Or maybe it was because Danny had the room about the temperature of a meat locker!

      I'll fill you in tomorrow on how tonight's ghost hunt goes. We'll be up early and on the road to our next stop, Charleston, SC.

      Mindy & ...