Quality Inn & Suites Chambersburg
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... with white rice. Good. Marie had Shrimp toast - much more generous with the shrimp than at home and Chicken with cashews - much sweeter sauce than at home. Gab had shrimp with snow peas and Chey shrimp fried rice.
I took a few photos of houses on the way home and we were home before dark.
I did some more blog. We heard a few fireworks after dark but didn't see any. In bed about 11 but took ages to get to ...
... 15 minute time limit by Greyhound was up anyway) and went through the whole process again this time using Gabrielle's e-mail in case anything went wrong and printed the tickets. So now I had payed twice (I think) and printed one set of tickets. They are really cheap - $47 for the two of us from Miami to Orlando - so not much was lost. While we were there Cheyenne borrowed a book called "This is Australia - ...
... I had Shrimp in lobster sauce (yum) Chey had Fried rice.
I drove from lunch. We stopped at Sen John Heinz scenic overlook/welcome to Pennsylvania. Later petrol and ice-creams at Sheetz in Mansfield. Chey had a huge drumstick and got it all over her face.
Some rain along Susquehanna River and absolutely chucked it down just before Dillsberg - scary.
Dinner at ...
... the Laurel Highlands in Western Pa. Gettysburg is one of the few remaining in- tact tracts of land where the battle was actually fought. You can visit every inch of the battleground. The museum itself is also very organized and well done. Lots of useful videos, as well as the usual collection of guns and war memorabilia.
I was particularly excited to see the ridge that Chamberlain and his regiment of Maine volunteers held against ...
... with a statue of Ben Frankin on the top is on the northwest. On the Northest corner is a historic building where important government officials once stayed, as well as yours truly. Yep, my first home in Chambersburg as overlooking the Courthouse Square, in an apartment with a towering ceiling and windows, hinting at its grand past...
Chambersburg doesn't have a lot of historical buildings... but it has a good excuse: the town was burned down by the Confederates ...
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