Burgundy Lane Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Tavern is down in the stone-walled basement where you can still view the spring which the staff told us is also still used for the bathrooms.
We tried a local brew, Troegs Perpetual IPA, which was tasty and refreshing after the trudge through the battlefields. When we learned that the specialty menu ...
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 ...
... up and over the mountain - pity I have to be very careful about my bald back tyre! At the top we stop and admire a wonderful view back into the valley with some lovely cloud inversion in places - reminds me of Scotland! Three guys from Quebec turn up on bikes and we chat and exchange the time of day for a while. I take it steady into ...
... didn't have a way to hold all these men prisoners, he just took their guns,processed them and set them free "on parole".... they had to make a gentlemen's agreement not to fight the south until they had been exchanged. But what I still can't quite grasp is that 8,000 of these prisoners were sent north to Chicago to sit in prisons in Union territory to await the transfer! I'm still doing some research on this to try to figure out how this all played out. It seems that at ...
... cool, take a picture of it! Pretty much all I did was take one photo and video clip in each town.
Well, now I need to re-explore Wayneboro and take some pictures. What I'm quickly realizing is that American Small Town Main Streets can have an amazing diversity of architecture--something I've grown to appreciate more and more in my travels. In contrast, a non-historical town in say, Spain... all the buildings pretty much look the same.