Hotel Carlisle

Address: 1700 Harrisburg Pike, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 17015, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1700 Harrisburg Pike, Carlisle, is near U.S. Military History Institute and Carlisle Barracks.
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    Travel Blogs from Carlisle

    Getting to Gettysburg

    A travel blog entry by griffithb on Jul 06, 2015

    4 photos

    The long day of driving included several encounters with slowed traffic and construction. We finally arrived in Gettysburg. We decided to drive through town to see what eating establishments were still open - trying to avoid the quick burger & fries menu. We ended up in the park and decided to go see the Eternal Flame. We'll be visiting the site again tomorrow, but wanted to get some pictures of the flame in the twilight / dusk. ...

    The Candy Man

    A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Jul 04, 2015

    1 comment, 71 photos

    ... on the half shell, cantaloupe hot sauce, lime, crushed ice; popcorn, brown butter, rosemary salt; crispy pork belly, cornmeal skillet bread, blueberry jam, pickled ginger, ramps; Oktoberfest pretzel, barley, sea salt, cheese fondue, horseradish mustard; poutine-style hand-cut fries, oxtail ragout, cheese curds, rosemary-onion jam, fresh horseradish, poached egg; |classic caesar salad, parmesan, croutons, white anchovies ( That is what ...

    Post-visit: The Indian School Cemetery

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jul 30, 2014

    43 photos

    ... of the powerful country of the USA that we have today. But things like this are a reminder that, no, things could have been different. There were plenty of Native Americans who really wanted to work things out peacefully and I'm sure many of others would have come around if it had been clear that negotiations was the best long term solution for their people. The problem was that most whites at that time simply didn't see Indians as people. They were ...

    Postvisit A Walk down Memory Lane

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Oct 05, 2013

    9 photos

    ... catches my eye. There I find tombstones of people who have lived and died here for the last 150 years. So I'm sure, back in the day, this WAS a village. There were shops here--as people couldn't just hop in there cars and drive to the nearest Walmart. This village had a soul. A couple ghostlike houses clustered together right at the center are a reminder of this.

    I wonder how many more villages like this I'm going to find on my journey... probably a lot.

    Here ...

    Gettysburg, Turning Point in the Civil War!

    A travel blog entry by pyoots on Jun 01, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... May 1863, Lee led his army through the Shenandoah Valley to begin his second invasion of the North—the Gettysburg Campaign. With his army in high spirits, Lee intended to shift the focus of the summer campaign from war-ravaged northern Virginia and hoped to influence Northern politicians to give up their prosecution of the war by by capturing the capitol of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg and moving further East to threaten Philadelphia.

    Elements ...