Comfort Suites

Address: 10 S. Hanover Street, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 17013, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 10 S. Hanover Street, Carlisle, is near U.S. Military History Institute and Carlisle Barracks.
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    A travel blog entry by annmpriest on Jul 31, 2015

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    ... few days so easier. At the boarder we were the second bus in line but once they finished the first bus they had coffee break then changed over duty. People on bus were complaining it was hot. Is beautiful 24degrees. We waited an hour to get processed. They look at your passport, look at you and off you go. Sometimes they ask how long you been here but not always. Back in New York State and heading to Gettysburg. Scenery nice, very green ...

    Chocolate World!

    A travel blog entry by mhfamily on Jul 31, 2015

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    This is my kind of world. Hershey's Chocolate World is a delicious place. The tour is adorable (we did it twice) and it smells amazing. Sure all the products are overpriced but it is a very cool place to go! It was our last Hurrah on this crazy adventure. Chocolate World is a huge store with a bunch of different activities. I am actually glad we took the kids swimming and ate a huge lunch before going. It would be easy to just eat until we burst of we hadn't done that. They have ...

    Post-visit: The Indian School Cemetery

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jul 30, 2014

    43 photos

    ... War and the Iraq Wars. During this time America limited itself to smale scale operations like Grenada and Panama... and humanitarian missions like in Somalia and Haiti. I suddenly feel a nostalgia for that time in our history... the time of my childhood and youth when, after our Vietnam debacle, Americans simply lost interest in doing full scale invasions and occupations. Wish that era had lasted a lot longer... I head outside, where there's a mile long ...

    1812. A Town that's Younger than Me

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 07, 2013

    8 photos

    ... for local shopping. Up in the hills are a scattering of houses spaced apart hidden in the trees. Nothing cohesive about it. They all do their shopping and interaction in places miles away, at shopping centers strategically positioned by corporations to maximize profits and minimize overhead.

    This is the town of my generation. People's connection with each other is not based on geographic proximity--rather it's determined by global corporations who decide to build ...

    1810. Crashing a Birthday Party

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Oct 19, 2013

    38 photos

    ... urban core (and usually a history that goes back hundreds or thousands of years). So I pretty much could go by the rule that, if it's officially a town, then it counts as a town.

    Here in the US it won't be so easy. First of all, different states have different ways of dividing themselves up, and even the word "village" or "town" can mean something different from one state to the other. For another thing, there are many subdivisions that have no urban core, center of government ...