Americas Best Value Inn - Chambersburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... Tavern is down in the stone-walled basement where you can still view the spring which the staff told us is also still used for the bathrooms.
We tried a local brew, Troegs Perpetual IPA, which was tasty and refreshing after the trudge through the battlefields. When we learned that the specialty menu ...
Staying at a very nice KOA nestled in the forested hills a few miles outside Gettysburg. Our site has a stone firepit, loveseat-bench rocker, and one of the main reasons we stay at KOA's: a dog park for Braddock! We also took him for a hike on the 1-mile nature trail where he spied a lttle deer family for us. About mid-afternoon, we took the shuttle into town to see the Gettysburg ...
... going back to a more efficient land use, with townhouses and apartments rather than the typical sprawling yard for each house...
(2 hrs) Snow Hike: This mini-hike obviously took place a long time ago. Of course I had to re-experience Chambersburg under a blanket of fresh snow, and take some pictures...
(2 hrs) Wilson College Woods: A little section of forest tucked inside Chambersburg borough along the stream. Good place for ...
... in the hot sun. Lots of memories come back of various jobs I've had in here... There's the place that makes plastic pots for plants... back in 2001 many of the workers were illegal immigrants who didn't mind working the mandatory 7 days a week (they've cleaned up their act since then). Ironically, for me this was my first "serious" job--the first job where I felt I could actually earn enough to support a family just working one job. Good memories of interaction with ...
... t here to love or hate any particular culture, but rather just to neutrally watch, learn, and write down my observations. I've come to realize that every culture, with it's good, bad and ugly qualities, is a facet of this fascinating collage that we call "Planet Earth".
And with this in mind, I'm actually excited about going back to Chambersburg and really experiencing it with a whole new attitude. I feel I owe it to this town--after all, this town has helped me get ...