Red Carpet Inn Gettysburg
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- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Pets allowed
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... Tavern is down in the stone-walled basement where you can still view the spring which the staff told us is also still used for the bathrooms.
We tried a local brew, Troegs Perpetual IPA, which was tasty and refreshing after the trudge through the battlefields. When we learned that the specialty menu ...
There, the Cyclorama was the big hit with us. A beautifully restored 42-feet high, 375-feet around painting from 1884 depicting the battle at Gettysburg. It came with a nice audio and light show presentation. Amazing! The 15-minute Morgan Freeman-narrated film about the battle that was shown beforehand was also great. In that short time, we learned just about everything ...
... 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 ...
We visited famous sites of the battle such as Little Round Top, Cemetery and Seminary Ridges. A highlight of our visit was when we walked Pickett’s Charge from Seminary Ridge to Cemetery Ridge. This was the tragic 1-mile charge of the Confederates to try and break the center of the Union line.
While we walked the 1 mile up to The Angle on Cemetery Ridge, we discussed and imagined what it would have been like to have ...
... was telling. She was chiding John for his neglect of "the Ladies", as she called them. She recognized that those famous words in the Declaration of Independence, the self-evident fact that all men were created equal, applied to "the Ladies" as well. Abigail was ahead of her times, by a good 150 years. This issue of woman's rights, of course, pales in comparison to the bigger issue represented by the Gettysburg battleground - the place of the ...