Hampton Inn Chambersburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... has the most amazing Capitol building and National Civil War Museum. Both worth spending some time seeing.
Then Gettysburg. We arrived late afternoon and in the last sun of the day viewed some Gettysburg Civil War sites before nightfall. Also, the weather was about to turn on us.
Today, we spent at the Gettysburg Military Park and took a 2 ...
... Overall, the work experience here was a positive one--although that was a confusing time in my life, as I discussed in my Scotland, Pennsylvania entry a few months ago. I'm glad I walked back here to pay homage to an important phase in my life.
I wander around the development to see if I can pick out the houses I worked on and remember my experiences and mishaps during my summer as a construction worker...
And with that, I loop on back towards ...
... so I'm curious to know what the connection among them is. "We're retired teachers from Shippensburg University" one of them tells me. "So are students these days better or worse than they were 30 years ago?" "Oh--it's about the same. College students are always a bit wild--but we're greatful for them... our town's economy would be dead without them" We chat a little bit, then I head out the door, across the street... and to my second interesting encounter of the day. ...
... Superhike!) and overall (2 hrs) Walk with my brother: This was more a chance to revisit a couple spots around town that bring back memories for both of us. Andrew also lived here in Chambersburg for a year at a critical phase in his life, so it was a nostalgic walk for him as well. (2 hrs) The Projects: One corner of Chambersburg I'd missed during my last tour were "the projects" a low income housing development. Simple houses, but well maintained--certainly no ...
... war were not achieved." I think it's the closest I've ever heard the military or the US government come to admitting that we lost that war. Of course, there's not much mention of atrocities committed by the US military. And one display that is notably absent is any mention of the wars with the Native Americans and massacres committed by the US armed forces during that time. There are displays of the military activities during the "peaceful years" between ...