Sleep Inn & Suites Chambersburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tour. The guide drove the car and took us on the journey of the Gettysburg campaign. It was a fabulous trip in really dismal weather, but that wouldn't have deterred us anyway. Back to the museum for a bit then off to try to capture a few pics, but by then we were in constant rain and fog with visibility at about 20m. It was an experience to treasure.
... season and take a month off during the slow season. Before this I never would've imagined that I could be a blue collar worker, a family man and a world traveller (2-3 mononths a year) all at the same time. I continue on, past the few remaining cornfields and farmhouses sandwiched between the warehouses down to Highway 11. Here I pause for a minute in front of Budget Inn, the hotel I stayed at for a week when I moved back here 8 months ago. Mixed memories from ...
... the battlefield with one of the certified licensed guides. The guide was very informative and give accounts of both sides of the battle. It was a very pleasant experience; the only that would have made it better was if we were able to see a reenactment.
It is difficult to imagine the battlefield one-hundred and fifty years after the war. Today, Gettysburg National Park is mostly ...
... only going to stay one night, but ended up taking another day - the thought of getting back on the road, wasn't something we wanted to do.
Day 103 - We took advantage of the proximity to Gettysburg and spent another day viewing a museum at the Visitor's Center that we had missed. Again, a massive amount of information and sensory overload. You could have spent a good 4 hours viewing all that they had to offer. We managed 2.5 hours, but ...
... as obstacles to expansion. Sadly, this conference here in Carlisle was an exception and not the rule. But it didn't have to be this way. The Indian School Cemetery Further down the road is a reminder of a more somber era in White American-Native American relations. It's a cemetery with identical tombstones. At first I think its an old Civil War cemetery, but no. A plaque states that these are the tombs of Indian students who came to study at boarding ...