The Doubleday Inn

Address: 104 Doubleday Ave. (Oak Ridge), Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 104 Doubleday Ave. (Oak Ridge), Gettysburg, is near Gettysburg National Military Park, Sleepy Hollow Ghost Tours, Pioneer Lines Scenic Railway, and National Apple Harvest Festival.
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      Nice sites, loud music

      A travel blog entry by marklefamily on Nov 08, 2014

      10 photos

      ... spaghetti. We then settled in to watch Home Alone.

      After the movie was over we got into our beds and started to fall asleep. That is when we realized we were camping next to some sort of Rave party. Lights and extremely loud dance music lasted well past midnight. In the mean time around 11pm I realized that the heat was no longer working and that both propane tanks were empty, with it getting below freezing that night we need to ...

      A Solemn Walk Through Gettysburg

      A travel blog entry by happyronin on Nov 05, 2014

      28 photos

      ... question war. Is it worth all the bloodshed? Who really wins? Is war just an immature means people resort to because we are unable to reach an agreement more peaceably?


      It’s sad that this kind of war had to take place to become one nation instead of just separate states. On a positive note, this war allowed Lincoln to order the Emancipation Proclamation and pass the 13th Amendment to forever abolish slavery in the United States. ...

      Americas History

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 31, 2014

      13 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Gettysburg - The Civil War's Most Important Battle

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Sep 18, 2014

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      ... more broadly.

      I have to be honest, though. When I look at a battlefield, I just see a big field with monuments on it. Somehow it is difficult for me to think about what happened there at one moment in time, and my interest in the historical minutia of battles just isn't that deep. It is probably different for people who have some military experience themselves, those who can trace ancestors in their family tree who were involved in the Civil War, and those older than I am ...

      Part 3 - Gettysburg, PA

      A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Jun 24, 2014

      3 comments, 43 photos

      ... the war this building was used as a hospital for the wounded from both sides.

      The National Cemetery is where Lincoln spoke The Gettysburg Address.

      We also saw the "cyclorama" at the National Park Visitor's center. The paintings that make up the circle must number about 15 and they are huge. As you look at these paintings you are in a ...