La Quinta Inn & Suites Chambersburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... and some unusual, interactive exhibits. Even Jess had a good time though she usually hates being dragged to these military oriented museums :-). Afterwards we enjoyed going to Sheetz nearby as a novelty for us as do not have these in NY. Then back on road to VA. Have to say, starting to think NY drivers much better than the ones along this route. We heard our first y'all too. Pulled in to the Residence Inn in Harrisonburg, VA for night. Aug 5 at 9:23am ...
Day Totals: 14 hrs, 30 kms The world is enshrouded in fog as I launch out on a new segment of my Superhike, following Holly Pike south of Carlisle. Today I'm going to finally reconnect with the Appalachian Trail after many days of straying away from it. it's about 11 kilometers out of my way--but there's a new town to explore along the way, so I figure it's worth it. It's been a long time since I've explored a new town. Walking along the busy highway, I notice ...
Year 2 Day 56 - Today was a very emotional day at Gettysburg. We visited the National Cemetery and the Seminary Ridge Museum, both being very powerful. The Museum had some rather graphic portrayals of what went on, and at times it was hard to look at, to read, and to imagine the determination of these men for their cause whether North of South! The conditions ...
... bulls and did so for 15 years. One of the barns dates back to 1887 and held haw, straw and dairy cattle stanchions and stalls. In the mid-50's the Eisenhower's had horses and ponies in there for their grandchildren. Mamie made everyone sign a guest book upon entering the house - even the grandchildren. Some of the kids would sneak in the back door to avoid signing the book - yet again!
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... crumble apart. But at least it's not as bad as, say Turkey or China, where in city after city the entire historical areas are being razed to the ground and big, ugly boxy apartment buildings are being built there instead...
Anyways, I must say, I'm quite inspired by my second visit to Waynesboro. Strange how traveling the world for 6 years can make you look at a town right nearby in a different way.
In front of the Catholic church is a display of ...