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... do Superhike along the way, if I'm so inspired.
My first stop will be Tavira, which I skipped on my 2008 trip. It's nighttime when I arrive, so I sincerely hope I'll find some reasonably lodging.
After a kind of frustrating experience in Huelva, Tavira is love at first sight. The bus station is right on a river, with a riverwalk and charming whitewashed red tiled houses--and plenty of cozy little hotels. I soon find one within range, ...
... for the Union here), then made our way towards the historical district of town.
First stop was the Springhouse Tavern at Dobbin House for a cold draft beer. Built in 1776 by a reverend and his family, the home was built over a spring so they would have an adequate and safe (from the Indians) supply of water. ...
There, the Cyclorama was the big hit with us. A beautifully restored 42-feet high, 375-feet around painting from 1884 depicting the battle at Gettysburg. It came with a nice audio and light show presentation. Amazing! The 15-minute Morgan Freeman-narrated film about the battle that was shown beforehand was also great. In that short time, we learned just about everything ...
... the sales meeting. However saying that, if we were locals we possibly would have seriously considered purchasing. $13,500 for lifetime free camping in six camps in four states, plus $10 per night camping in about 1000 others across the U.S. Not bad value if you camp often and great way to pay for retirement holidays. The first impression of Gettysburg is that there are statues and cannons everywhere - Google tells me that in 2008 there were 1320 monuments, 410 cannons and ...
4 hrs, 10.7 kms
Day totals: 12 hrs, 27.7 km
The first thing that greets me in Shippensburg is a parade of Amish buggies coming in and out of town to do their shopping. This is definitely a culture I want to know more about.
Right now I just have a couple of hours, so I'm going to paste two "half-day" hikes to ...