Red Carpet Inn Gettysburg
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- Microwave in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Pets allowed
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Had an interesting trip to Gettysburg. After scoping out the local campground we made our way into the town center to see where things were located. We parked on the street next to a shop called Subterranean Soul. Its a shop selling various clothing, vinyl records, and various trinkets.
The owner was present and he reflected his past travels and people he knew who had a bus. He attended Woodstock which made for some interesting stories. ...
... fired hot water, fresh water, grey water and black water tanks. People are surprised that we don't have want to have the "normal" camping accommodation of local people our age. After three days of history it was time to move on again to a place I have wanted to visit for a long time - Lancaster County which is Amish Country. I will leave it to you to investigate the Amish people if you don't know anything about them. There are groups of Amish and Mennonite people in ...
... a way with words that’s for sure! After driving around seeing most of the battle sites we decided it was time to head to D.C before it got dark. We were hoping to walk around the National Mall a little bit that afternoon so that the next day we could focus on all the museums. Unfortunately we got to D.C just as rush hour traffic was starting and ended up stuck in the worst deadlock for over an hour. Chris ...
My fiance, Steven, and I did a day trip to Gettysburg, PA to re-visit the park and put my new Sony a7 camera to use. I love going to places that are rich in history and have you walk the same footsteps where historical things occurred. The first time we visited Gettysburg was in February 2013 and we mainly remained in the car as it was still cold out. It was in the winter so there were no crowds and a lot of the places just had the two of ...
... 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 ...