Country Inn & Suites Chambersburg
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... for the Union here), then made our way towards the historical district of town.
First stop was the Springhouse Tavern at Dobbin House for a cold draft beer. Built in 1776 by a reverend and his family, the home was built over a spring so they would have an adequate and safe (from the Indians) supply of water. ...
... 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...
... It'll be around a couple of decades--then something completely different will replace it. Always embracing change, always looking for something better, more efficient.
That's the beauty... and the ugliness of America.
(2 hrs) Scotland Avenue: this is where I shared an apartment with a guy in a new development after moving here 8 months ago. Like my Budget Inn experience, mixed feelings about this... I was pleasantly surprised here to ...
... Industrial Park: This is an industrial/warehouse area on the south edge of Chambersburg--a pretty boring walk, but I suppose I should add it as it is a very important part of Chambersburg economy and culture. Places like this are what make Chambersburg a magnet for job seekers, rather than an exporter of job seekers. Thanks to a combination of good location and policies that makes this area attractive to new job creators.
I do this hike at night--no need to wander ...
... took a quick videoclip in front of the courthouse, and headed on my way, glad to scratch it off of my list forever. Here's the link to that page where reminisce a bit more on my 7 years in Chambersburg http://www.travbuddy.com/travel-blogs/2 0057/0064-7-years-Chambersburg-USA-35
But now, after 5 years of living in Morocco and traveling the world I think I'm ready to come back here and see this town with new eyes. I've cemented myself into the role of an "observer" ...