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... days since the beginning of the trip. We also plan to visit Asheville, NC, and the Biltmore Estate.
I spoke with my brother, Tom, tonight and he is waiting for us in Florida, which is where we are headed. I told him that we were not rushing and he seemed fine with that. He has been home from the hospital and rehab now for a week and is doing very well. He is taking it easy while recuperating and waiting for our arrival.
This morning we went back to thee Amish Village and heard the Amish story from an Amercian person. Then we stopped in Gettysburg for lunch (french cafe).
Then to the Museum. This was very well done. They had a painting depicting the Battles ...
... had us off the road until it calmed down. However, the wine and cider tasting at Hauser Estate made the trip worthwhile and the rain was forgotten. Leaving there we and stumbled upon a 100 year old round barn that supplied home grown produce so we stocked up for our evening meal....fresh peaches and fruit from their trees, local cheeses and meats and various coloured home grown tomatoes. That and our bottle of wine is the reason I am stopping this blog ...
Visited the Gettysburg National Military Park today. This consists of a great museum, a Cyclorama of the battle painted 10 years after the war by Paul Philippoteaux and the large battlefield itself. The painting is massive and has been recently restored. A cyclorama displays a painting within a circular room, with real features in the foreground to give ...
... lighter factory and museum (was pretty cool) did not know that is were they made zippo lighters (lot of history). bought a zippo lighter, just to say I have one (I don't smoke) but just cool to have one from the factory. Got back at Dan and Sue's B&B and relaxed the rest of the time.......pretty much it nothing else.....here are a few pics.......CYA down the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking