Days Inn New Cumberland/Harrisburg South

Address: 353 Lewisberry Road, New Cumberland, Pennsylvania, 17070, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 353 Lewisberry Road, New Cumberland, is near National Civil War Museum, Troegs Brewing Company, City Island, and State Library of Pennsylvania.
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Travel Blogs from New Cumberland


A travel blog entry by annmpriest on Jul 31, 2015

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... how lazy people are. Have found on floors coins, glasses lenses, key, padlock, wrappers, hotel key cards, bottles. Borrowed wipes from Tony the bus driver to clean up sticky **** on arm rest. The bus is over air conditioned so I keep putting cardy on on bus. First stop was where we had morning tea. The weather is very good. Then we travelled through the Catskills. Didn't get to see the resort where they made 'Dirty Dancing'. Very ...

Chocolate World!

A travel blog entry by mhfamily on Jul 31, 2015

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This is my kind of world. Hershey's Chocolate World is a delicious place. The tour is adorable (we did it twice) and it smells amazing. Sure all the products are overpriced but it is a very cool place to go! It was our last Hurrah on this crazy adventure. Chocolate World is a huge store with a bunch of different activities. I am actually glad we took the kids swimming and ate a huge lunch before going. It would be easy to just eat until we burst of we hadn't done that. They have ...

Post-visit: The Civil Wars that didn't Happen

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 18, 2014

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... the body count was added up, and I guess it went something like this: "OK, we lost 10,000 men... but the other side also lost about 10,000 men... and we've got more replacements then they do (especially since we can send immigrants straight off the boat to war)... so let's just keep doing what we're doing, and we'll eventually kill so many that they'll have to give up"

That's a pretty f**d up, cynical to run a war--and claim you're doing it in the best interest of ...

Going in to battle.

A travel blog entry by forgeroadtrip on Aug 28, 2013

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... a little bit about strategy and warfare, but nothing too concrete. Not exactly deep and meaningful in the big picture of things, but I bought the kid's version of the events titled,"You wouldn't want to be a Civil war soldier" to try and help me out. I really want to find out the who's who of the Civil war. We also had time to drive around some of the battle sights. You can take an organised tour, but we elected to do this one on our own. The battlefields were ...

Gettysburg, Turning Point in the Civil War!

A travel blog entry by pyoots on Jun 01, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... Local churches, were full of both armies' wounded.

Enough about history, the town of Gettysburg is neat, friendly and very well groomed. A great little town. Population is about 15,000 folks but receives about a million visitors to tour the battlefield. This year marks the 150th anniversary and expects to receive 3-4 million visitors during the first days of July. Cowa-bunga!

Onto Lancaster County and Amish-Mennonite country. Stay ...