Budget Inn

Address: 110 Limekiln Rd, New Cumberland, Pennsylvania, 17070, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 110 Limekiln Rd, New Cumberland, is near National Civil War Museum, Troegs Brewing Company, City Island, and State Library of Pennsylvania.
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          • Restaurant


          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Continental Breakfast

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          Travel Blogs from New Cumberland


          A travel blog entry by 73magicbus on Oct 04, 2015

          3 comments, 3 photos

          Had an interesting trip to Gettysburg. After scoping out the local campground we made our way into the town center to see where things were located. We parked on the street next to a shop called Subterranean Soul. Its a shop selling various clothing, vinyl records, and various trinkets.
          The owner was present and he reflected his past travels and people he knew who had a bus. He attended Woodstock which made for some interesting stories. ...

          Back on the Trail

          A travel blog entry by jwatson on Jun 13, 2015

          17 photos

          ... pint probably took almost as long as the first quart and a half, but I finally did it. I was rewarded with a small wooded ice cream spoon and a large measure of regret as I began the remaining 10 miles I had to hike that day. After a couple hours, though, I felt no more effects from the ice cream. Hooray for hiker metabolism.

          Finally, I got to Boiling Springs, PA, where the second half of my guide book was waiting for me at the post office. I almost ...

          1847. The Powers of Nature

          A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jul 25, 2014

          50 photos

          ... until I finally reach the trail crossing and eagerly dive into the stillness of the forest.

          I'm not really expecting any grand discoveries--typically my forest stretches have just been soothing breaks from road walking from town to town... but I expect to get my inspiration from visiting towns. However, when I reach the ridge of the mountain, and see these massive boulders jutting out of the ground diagonally, I get a glimpse of the powers of nature. The thought ...

          1821. Encounters on the Appalachian Trail

          A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 02, 2014

          24 photos

          ... them up very quickly. So I go ahead and show a couple of combinations she could use to compose her own songs.
          I don't know if anyone has been turned into a songwriter in just one guitar lesson, but why not give it a try?
          "Send me an link when you compose your first song," I ask her.
          The Appalachian Trail Volunteers
          Right up the ridge is a beautiful stone house which contains a small museum dedicated to the Appalachian Trail. This ...

          Post-visit: The Civil Wars that didn't Happen

          A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 18, 2014

          87 photos

          ... claim that they're ready to fight to defend their culture.

          So, thinking of that, I guess I can understand how Southerners, even poor, non-slave owners, may have seen their "perfect Southern culture" to be under threat by these meddling Northerners, and were ready to fight to defend their way of life (slavery being an integral part of it). I guess I can believe that they were so narrow minded thinking that the way things were was the ONLY viable option--no other ...