Hampton Inn Gettysburg
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... my life and being around people with campers paid of because I pretty much new what to do. We then headed home and got home around 11am.
We had a great time in the camper and enjoyed the warm beds and running water. I also really enjoyed watching a movie each night with the kids. It was nice being warn in the camper and laughing with the kids. I would have liked not being surrounded by dance music but we just ignored it.
We had the opportunity and time to make a stop into Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, as we are beginning our journey up north before we begin heading back to Colorado.
We had one full day in Gettysburg. We were armed with apps that gave information on the battle and memorials/statues in Gettysburg and even stopped by the visitors center to get a paper map.
Ben had been to Gettysburg when he was in 8th grade and when he was in ...
... a way with words that’s for sure! After driving around seeing most of the battle sites we decided it was time to head to D.C before it got dark. We were hoping to walk around the National Mall a little bit that afternoon so that the next day we could focus on all the museums. Unfortunately we got to D.C just as rush hour traffic was starting and ended up stuck in the worst deadlock for over an hour. Chris ...
... was Gettysburg. En route, Mary put in a DVD of the movie "Witness" which involves Harrison Ford's character becoming involved with an Amish family. Many of us on the bus became engrossed in the intriguing plot and the miles went by faster!
Near Gettysburg, our lunch choices were Pickett's Buffet or KFC. John and I chose the fast food and saved a bunch of money.
When we arrived at ...
... of the Civil War. But it sure wasn't states rights. If anything, the war was caused by good old-fashioned greed. Those fine Southern gentlemen were not about to give up their privileged status and their plush way of life, built on the blood and sweat of their slaves, without a fight - even if it meant death for 650,000 Americans.
Uh oh, ranting again. Never mind.
We also visited Valley Forge a few days later, but this seems to ...