Comfort Suites Gettysburg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one room building. Oh! Of course! an Amish schoolhouse! I've been hoping to come across one of these on my hike. Then it hits me: these kids came on these same snow covered roads in subzero wind chill... on foot scooters, probably a couple miles (homes are spaced far apart here). And they do this every day. No way to "call in" to see if it's a snow day, because they don't use phones. My first feeling is admiration. These kids are tough and make a huge effort to come ...
... was considered progress, think of a battleship gray Stratosphere dominating the view from everywhere else. I recall walking down the thirty some odd flights of stairs with my brother after taking the elevator up for the view with my parents. The controversial tower was dismantled in the 1980s and now the several observation towers built in its place are smaller, less conspicuous, and barely break the tree line.
Adjacent to the battlefield park is the Eisenhower Farm, a ...
... officials go to further their education. I'm going to put my feeling about the military to the side, and try to visit this place with an open mind. After a couple of displays on military training, the musuem goes conflict by conflict displaying and describing what happened in each one. They include harrowing personal accounts describing the horrors experienced by the foot soldiers. I've been to several military museums around the world... Armenia... ...
... so I never really bonded with the place. But there are a lot of memories here, so I'm going to take my time revisiting and reminiscing on my life back when this grand project was born. First, is the park where I'd take my daughter... and where I had some of the last conversations with my father before he passed away... Then past my old apartment building, where I did enjoy the diversity of neighbors... ...
... bulls and did so for 15 years. One of the barns dates back to 1887 and held haw, straw and dairy cattle stanchions and stalls. In the mid-50's the Eisenhower's had horses and ponies in there for their grandchildren. Mamie made everyone sign a guest book upon entering the house - even the grandchildren. Some of the kids would sneak in the back door to avoid signing the book - yet again!
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