Sleep Inn & Suites Chambersburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The rain came today and brought hot, muggy environs with it. And cabin fever! We are explorers, after all, so around 5:00pm we caught the shuttle back in to Gettysburg.
We toured the parts of the battlefield we hadn't seen yet, saw monument after monument (many with Irish symbols because a significant Irish ...
... to know about the battle. We did not know that it is the largest battle ever to take place on American soil. The walk around the national cemetery and the battlefields with all the monuments and the incredibly large amount of unknown soldier markers was very sobering. Highly recommended!
We're hoping to go into town tomorrow and tour the town itself, but rain is in the forecast...
Day Totals: 16 hrs, 20 kms
Here I am, sitting at a cafe on the square, exactly in the same place I was 1 year ago. Here are some of my thoughts...
15 months ago I was in the middle of the most adventurous year of my life. During a 9 month period I visited a whopping 403 towns, spending 136 days on the road, taking nearly 7,000 thousand pictures and walking 3,228 kilometers. I had the feeling that my life might be about to slow down, so I wanted to cram in all ...
... 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 ...
... for his family to grow and and create a hub of civilization... he wanted to create a town--fast! So what did he do? He put an ad in the paper! He advertised in Philadelphia's paper that neatly divided up parcels of land were being sold at a reasonable price.
I'm sure Mr. Chambers was well aware that by doing this he was going to attract people from all sorts of different families, ethnicities, and religious denominations and these people were going have land, ...