Travel Blogs from Hagerstown
SATURDAY, JUNE 4 - DOWNTOWN HOUSE PARTY
City Central Lot. $35 in advance* and $40 at the gate. $7 children 6-12 years old.
Free for children 5 and under. Gates open at 11:00 a.m. ID Required.
BLUES FEST STAGE Tommy Lepson BandNoon to 1:00 p.m.Guitar Blues Legend, Bobby Parker Band2: …
... days since the beginning of the trip. We also plan to visit Asheville, NC, and the Biltmore Estate.
I spoke with my brother, Tom, tonight and he is waiting for us in Florida, which is where we are headed. I told him that we were not rushing and he seemed fine with that. He has been home from the hospital and rehab now for a week and is doing very well. He is taking it easy while recuperating and waiting for our arrival.
This morning we went back to thee Amish Village and heard the Amish story from an Amercian person. Then we stopped in Gettysburg for lunch (french cafe).
Then to the Museum. This was very well done. They had a painting depicting the Battles ...
... we drove through beautiful agricultural country side and actually stopped at a tiny town, called "Abbottsville." Good omen or bad?? Passed through another small town, called East Berlin. In this town, as in many others nearby, the people have Germanic names as do many of the locations. Had lunch in a 1950'style cafe that was run by Mennonites, similar to the Amish. Practical and simple people. On our way to a nearby winery we drove through a harsh ...
... in the South. all up there were 51,000 casualties. The climatic battle, a Confederate charge that failed, left 5000 of the rebel forces dead. After this Lee's forces retreated leaving a chaotic scene behind. Americans flock to this site in their thousands and this year is the 150th anniversary. Lincoln's Gettysburg address was also delivered here in ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking