Motel 6 Gettysburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free parking
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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. ...
So, I figured, only being a couple hours from home, I would push on so I could save some money and not have another night on the road (yes, I know, a road trip with only one night spent in a motel is not really a road trip).
It was a great, quick, trip. The mountains of northern Pennsylvania were on the verge of ...
... flown to Africa when their daughter was a missionary there but never been to NZ or Australia. They were keen to know about our family and share about their family. They were very proud of their nine grandchildren. Sunday is a definite family day and no business is conducted. Therefore all the shops etc were closed. There was a reasonable amount of buggy traffic as the families attended their church get togethers. They do not have actual church buildings but meet in ...
... various levels of artillery. First there would be a barrage of solid shot, which are long-range canon fire. As we get closer, then would the split case (which is exploding canon balls), then canisters (which are smaller lead balls used as shrapnel), and finally musket fire. All the while, the soldiers are lined up shoulder to shoulder and keeping in step. As people fell, soldiers would come to up to fill the gaps.
There would also ...
... Peace Park in Japan. Unfortunately, the impact of these peace monuments was at least partially blunted, in my mind anyway, by the treatment the Museum gave to Japan's role in WW II at the Atomic Bomb Museum immediately adjacent to the Peace Park. As I recall, it said something such as there was a war in Asia, and then the U.S. dropped the atomic bomb on Japan. Understatement? Ya think?! Nothing about the fact that Japan had started the war, ...