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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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    Travel Blogs from New Cumberland

    Aaah, Countryside again

    A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 07, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... cows had docked tails but not all so I hope the docking the tails of dairy cows is not a regular practice.

    The farmers are getting their feed supplies ready for the winter and we saw many bales and rolls stacked up. We were in Amish country and saw a farmer cutting his crop using a horse to pull the hay mower. Passed a number of Amish people in their horse drawn buggies. It looks as though the women may use closed buggies while the men drive in open ones. Their farm houses ...

    Harrisburg - Keystone State Capital

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Sep 19, 2014

    41 photos

    ... as the grandiose exterior I may have missed one of the better state capitol buildings in the country.

    I wandered around the historic old center of town for a while and visited the Pennsylvania State Museum, which is next to the capitol and was open on Saturday. Although Harrisburg has some nice old row house neighborhoods, there’s also plenty of urban blight with abandoned houses with boarded up windows not far ...

    Gettysburg - The Civil War's Most Important Battle

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Sep 18, 2014

    77 photos

    ... countries tried to preserve everywhere a battle in their history had taken place as a memorial open space? Half the land on the continent would be made up of battlefield parks.

    One of the goals of the NPS is to avoid unsightly development on and around park system units. The first time I visited Gettysburg in the late 1970s with my family there was a massive gray observation tower from which to view the battlefield, built in the post WWII years when big and modern ...

    1814. Lost

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 01, 2014

    15 photos

    ... thing I did come across on my side trip was the Andrew Schriver Homestead, with a short anecdote of its purchase. Andrew Schriver was an apprentice shoemaker and tanner wo saved up 45 dollars and bought with it 100 acres of land--with the promise that he'd make 100 pairs of shoes as part of the deal! Wonder how many pairs of shoes this farm is worth now...

    Just a reminder how America was a land where one could start ...

    Gettysburg Day 2 July 2, 2013

    A travel blog entry by trentdaniels on Jul 03, 2013

    5 photos

    Yesterday we started the day at Little Round Top. Little Round Top is just as the name says 'a little round hill top'. But to stand at the top of this heavily fought over small piece of ground and to look down at all the scattered rocks and boulders makes one wonder how (and why) the Rebs would make such an impossible charge over and over. It is the worst of places to wage a battle.

    Looking down ...