Sleep Inn Carlisle

5 East Garland Drive, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 17013, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 5 East Garland Drive, Carlisle, is near U.S. Military History Institute and Carlisle Barracks.
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    Travel Blogs from Carlisle

    Day 8: Hybrids, Ice Cream, and Gettysburg

    A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... days that the battle included. After all that, I can't imagine being there at that time and really appreciate the courage all those soldiers showed. By the time I finished the tour, it was 6:00 pm and I had to make a choice on my next move. I decided to head up to Boston, but being a seven hour drive from Gettysburg and running on five hours of sleep, I decided to find a place along the way to stop for the night. Allentown, Pennsylvania was about 2 hours east ...

    Living History

    A travel blog entry by denisefrancisco on Aug 30, 2014

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    ... clothing, trying to get customers to step back in time with them. As it was late afternoon, the ghost tour establishments were getting filled with people making reservations to tour the town and park at night in hopes to make contact with spirits of the past.

    We left Gettysburg discussing of our next trip back and what other activities we would want to get into. I look forward to going back as I feel there is so much more to see.
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    Capital Building

    A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Aug 28, 2014

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    People kept telling us to visit the Capital Building. It opened in 1906 and President Roosevelt stated it was " the handsomest Capital I have ever seen." It really is a beautiful building and you get to take a guided tour if you like. We took the tour to find out more about the history of the building and it really was worth it.

    The rotunda is 272 ...

    1811. Hiking with Uncle Dan

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Nov 30, 2013

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    ... find it. B. go back and see if I missed it or C. forget the map and just keep walking. I'll figure it out as I go along.

    But there is a 4th option. An option I have deliberately shunned over these last couple of years:

    GPS. Yep, that little smartphone app that pretty much insures that you never get lost, never take a wrong turn. And I've shunned it because, well, that kind of spoils the fun, doesn't it? Isn't getting lost--or at least the possibility of ...

    Chambersburg Post-visit: Back with a New Attitude

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Oct 04, 2013

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    ... is feeling more and more cosmopolitan by the minute. But I still have to ask, "Why did you choose to live here instead of Norway--which doesn't have the social, economic and enviromental problems that American has?"

    "Don't remind me!" He exclaims and goes on to tell me a bit about his story, coming to America to get his pilot's license, and ending up sticking around. As we pore over the map and he gives me useful trips on how and where to travel in Norway, I can see ...