Hampton Inn Gettysburg
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Gettysburg was another private museum that had lots of cool stuff. Not all was related to the civil war, they had several displays about the world wars, various presidents, and people. There were artifacts from Hitler's Eagle's Nest that were interesting.
We snapped a few pictures, they don't really show the vastness of the displays. They had Marilyn Monroe's white lacy Bra. Off course had to get a snap of that. For the ones interested, 36C. ...
... the Baked King's Onion Soup, we had to try a bowl and were not disappointed! Very cheesy with tender chunks of beef...yummm!
Next we ventured further into the historical district, read many more historical plaques and came upon an Irish pub, Garryowen, and time for another pint! We had definitely walked off ...
... to New York (state) to New Jersey and finally Pennsylvania.
We drove through an Amish area which was very interesting as we saw many horse drawn carriages with people going about their business and also a couple of groups of children playing. Quite thought provoking.
Onto Harrisburg for the evening. Seemingly run down in ...
... two years ago. Eisenhower is widely regarded by those who lived through his presidency as a great president, but I tend to view him as the beneficiary of circumstances much like Bill Clinton, rather than a bold and decisive actor himself. The Eisenhower and Clinton presidencies were both eras of economic prosperity and relative peace in the world in which the United States had dominance after the end of World War II and then the Cold War, conditions they themselves had little to ...
Year 2 - Day 53 - Gettysburg, PA June 23, 2014 - Today we started at the Eishenhower Farm and then continued our Auto tour. The Farm was purchased by Eisenhower's in 1950. When they started renovations, they discovered a 200-year old log cabin beneath the brick veneer. Most of the structure was lost, but they were able to save some parts to incorporated in their renovations. Other than painting Ike loved to ...