Dykeman House Bed & Breakfast

6 W. Dykeman Road, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, 17257, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 6 W. Dykeman Road, Shippensburg.
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    Day 8: Hybrids, Ice Cream, and Gettysburg

    A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... into the visitors center. The ticket lady recommended I do the museum tour and then a self-guided car tour around the battlefied, which I happily agreed. The story of Gettysburg is amazing, and as someone who doesn't know a lot about Civil War history, it was really interesting to learn some new facts! The self-guided auto tour included a CD which I popped into my car and drove around town. The CD identified certain spots, telling stories, and showcasing ...

    Living History

    A travel blog entry by denisefrancisco on Aug 30, 2014

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    My fiance, Steven, and I did a day trip to Gettysburg, PA to re-visit the park and put my new Sony a7 camera to use. I love going to places that are rich in history and have you walk the same footsteps where historical things occurred. The first time we visited Gettysburg was in February 2013 and we mainly remained in the car as it was still cold out. It was in the winter so there were no crowds and a lot of the places just had the two of ...

    Post-visit: the Covered Bridge

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... looks even more iconic in fall season... "Built in 1849" says a sign. Back then, bridges were built covered to protect them from the elements. Looks like a huge amount of work was put into it. It's a reminder that, once upon a time here in America, things were built to last. Makes me wonder... how many of the homes, buildings and bridges built now will still be standing--and considered beautiful 165 years from ...

    1812. A Town that's Younger than Me

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 07, 2013

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    ... another day.

    Playing at the Open Mike

    After all my whining about Carroll Valley, I actually end up having a great social experience here. There's a bar/restaurant with an Open Mike that I go to play at in the evening. Definitely a "Red State" feel here with a perfect Willie Nelso lookalike... a couple of very good country, southern rock--and even a bluegrass version of U2's "I Still Haven't found what I'm Looking for". A pretty attentive crowd--had a ...

    1810. Crashing a Birthday Party

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Oct 19, 2013

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    ... of roof... but clearly all one construction project.

    Why? It's obviously a lot more work and expense to make each townhouse different. Well, I think it's a clue into American culture (even though most townhouses and apartment buildings aren't built this way). See, Americans like to feel they are unique, different from other people around. You see it in advertisements. Whereas in other cultures the ad might say "buy this car because everybody else is buying it" in America the ...