Comfort Suites Gettysburg
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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 ...
The rain came today and brought hot, muggy environs with it. And cabin fever! We are explorers, after all, so around 5:00pm we caught the shuttle back in to Gettysburg.
We toured the parts of the battlefield we hadn't seen yet, saw monument after monument (many with Irish symbols because a significant Irish ...
... to know about the battle. We did not know that it is the largest battle ever to take place on American soil. The walk around the national cemetery and the battlefields with all the monuments and the incredibly large amount of unknown soldier markers was very sobering. Highly recommended!
We're hoping to go into town tomorrow and tour the town itself, but rain is in the forecast...
... The two armies met by accident in the small farm town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on July 1, 1863. The next three days would go down in history as the turning point of the Civil War. Eventually, it would turn out to be a Union victory by a narrow margin. The victory came at a cost: 23,000 dead northerners, and 28,000 Confederates. Though the war would last almost two more years, the Battle of Gettysburg meant the gradual decline of the ...
... and talking about the ghosts of Gettysburg! I am a believer and would like nothing more than a visit from the other side. Believe me, I was listening extra hard to see if I could hear or see anything on those battlefields! Unfortunately, not this time.
It has been over 150 years since the battle of Gettysburg which took place July 1-3 1861-1865. What struck me was the amount of land that they were able to save here from any ...