Econo Lodge

Address: 983 York Road, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 983 York Road, Gettysburg, is near Jennie Wade House, The Majestic Theater, Explore & More, and Pioneer Lines Scenic Railway.
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    Travel Blogs from Gettysburg

    Nice sites, loud music

    A travel blog entry by marklefamily on Nov 08, 2014

    10 photos

    ... found out it was Fairfield, CA. Bummer! We then went back to our site for Crackpot green beans, ham and instant mashed potatoes. I made a fire and we sat around the fire while Brandee cleaned up from dinner. We then settled in to watch Home Alone 2. We then headed to bed and listen to yet another Rave party.

    Sunday
    We woke up and had breakfast and started packing. Packing went pretty quick with not major issues or concerns. I guess ...

    A Solemn Walk Through Gettysburg

    A travel blog entry by happyronin on Nov 05, 2014

    28 photos

    ... that would need to be climbed over as they approached through the gradual downhill and uphill to Cemetery Ridge.


    Pickett’s Charge ended in failure to break the Union line. Had the Confederates been able to succeed in breaking the line, this battle could have turned out differently.

    After hours in the drizzly rain and overcast skies (how fitting for the day's events), we went into town, where we enjoyed a lovely dinner ...

    Gettysburg - The Civil War's Most Important Battle

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Sep 18, 2014

    77 photos

    ... countries tried to preserve everywhere a battle in their history had taken place as a memorial open space? Half the land on the continent would be made up of battlefield parks.

    One of the goals of the NPS is to avoid unsightly development on and around park system units. The first time I visited Gettysburg in the late 1970s with my family there was a massive gray observation tower from which to view the battlefield, built in the post WWII years when big and modern ...

    Battlefield Gettysburg

    A travel blog entry by sailormanjake on Aug 11, 2014

    12 photos

    ... with the exceptions of the monuments erected to give the tourist something to look at and take photos of. The park is huge and would take all day, or possible two, to hike around the entire park. My advice, take or rent a bike and ride the trails. It is possible to drive from outlook to outlook, but parking often becomes a problem. Unless you're a Civil War Historian, I strongly recommend hiring ...

    Part 2 - Gettysburg, PA

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Jun 23, 2014

    1 comment, 54 photos

    ... 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!

    There are ...