Americas Best Value Inn

Address: 1460 Harrisburg Pike, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 17015, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1460 Harrisburg Pike, Carlisle, is near U.S. Military History Institute and Carlisle Barracks.
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Travel Blogs from Carlisle

Nice sites, loud music

A travel blog entry by marklefamily on Nov 08, 2014

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... spaghetti. We then settled in to watch Home Alone.

After the movie was over we got into our beds and started to fall asleep. That is when we realized we were camping next to some sort of Rave party. Lights and extremely loud dance music lasted well past midnight. In the mean time around 11pm I realized that the heat was no longer working and that both propane tanks were empty, with it getting below freezing that night we need to ...

A Solemn Walk Through Gettysburg

A travel blog entry by happyronin on Nov 05, 2014

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... question war. Is it worth all the bloodshed? Who really wins? Is war just an immature means people resort to because we are unable to reach an agreement more peaceably?


It’s sad that this kind of war had to take place to become one nation instead of just separate states. On a positive note, this war allowed Lincoln to order the Emancipation Proclamation and pass the 13th Amendment to forever abolish slavery in the United States. ...

Battlefield Gettysburg

A travel blog entry by sailormanjake on Aug 11, 2014

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... There are hundreds of monuments depicting landmarks, epic events, or positions of troops. They will know which ones are the most important and the ones that could be over looked.

Despite there being almost nothing to look at and driving around the park, it was a pleasurable experience. It was a nice reminder of what it means to be an American and an important part of American History.
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Dinner, Great stories, and Some serendipity

A travel blog entry by eburrell on Sep 14, 2013

... year of highschool and she has grown up so much. Not to mention her Maria is now married and has three children; Samuel (who I knew as a baby), Sarai (who was in her belly when I knew her), and Carol (who is the happiest baby alive). They were such an amazing family to see again and I wish them the best of luck!
Soon after that visit we set off to reach our final destination ...

Gettysburg: July 1, 2013 Day One

A travel blog entry by trentdaniels on Jul 01, 2013

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... line of cars behind us.

Upon entering the park, I was immediately struck by miles and miles of split-rail fencing. Since I've made my own in the past, that fencing really caught my attention. Also, very prominent attention-grabbing large marble/bronze statues are scattered across the landscape which is primarily pastoral in nature minus the town and a few farm houses.

There were a lot of people. We went by shuttle ...