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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      Travel Blogs from Gettysburg

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      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Nov 20, 2014

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      ... Amish sects have different rules. The exact measurements of their clothes. Whether they can use bicycles or only have to stick to foot scooters and buggies. Whethere their buggy can ben enclosed or if it has to be open and exposed to the elements. Whether they can use reflective colors on their buggies for safety, or if that's "too vain". Many Americans have this fascination and admiration for the Amish culture. We see beautiful aspects of their culture that it seems ...

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      ... The two armies met by accident in the small farm town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on July 1, 1863. The next three days would go down in history as the turning point of the Civil War. Eventually, it would turn out to be a Union victory by a narrow margin. The victory came at a cost: 23,000 dead northerners, and 28,000 Confederates. Though the war would last almost two more years, the Battle of Gettysburg meant the gradual decline of the ...

      Post-visit: The Indian School Cemetery

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      Post-visit : Back to my old home

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      ... warning of the evils of taking your kids trick or treating. Inside are books, pamphlets, tracts that basically demonize every belief, religion and demonination different from theirs. Quite a contrast with the inclusive vibe I sensed in nearby Shiremanstown. Now that I've explored so many Main Streets in the region, I must say Mechanicsburg Main Street seems even worse than I remember it. Immediately behind Main ...

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      A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Jun 21, 2014

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      ... went missing. Talk about chills up the spine!

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