Travel Inn Harrisburg

Address: 300 Commerce Dr, New Cumberland, Pennsylvania, 17070-2400, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 300 Commerce Dr, New Cumberland, is near National Civil War Museum, Troegs Brewing Company, City Island, and State Library of Pennsylvania.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Outdoor pool


          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • High-speed internet in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Microwave in room
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Laundry facilities (self serve)
          • Business Services

          TripAdvisor Reviews Travel Inn Harrisburg New Cumberland

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from New Cumberland


          A travel blog entry by 73magicbus on Oct 04, 2015

          3 comments, 3 photos

          ... us that we had just missed Arlo Guthrie who played across the street two days prior. He even played the full Alice's restaurant, would have been awesome to see. However as always when travelling in a bus we are too slow getting there.

          The next morning we walked around the Gettysburg battlefields and grave sites. Went to the visitors center and viewed the museum and cyclorama. All very interesting and very well documented. In the ...

          Back on the Trail

          A travel blog entry by jwatson on Jun 13, 2015

          17 photos

          ... have my parents send it to me until it was too late, as I only had about 40 miles left in the part I had with me. I decided to take a small break and stay in town that night, so I grabbed a pizza for lunch from a local place and carried it to a resort that had a good hiker rate for a room. Sadly, I didn't have anyone to split the cost with, but it wasn't too bad and I was really feeling like a room for the night. The resort turned out to be really cool, with ...

          1847. The Powers of Nature

          A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jul 25, 2014

          50 photos

          ... earth's plates ramming into each other, forcing these layers of rock upwards over periods of millions of years does put things in perspective. Suddenly all the puttering around we humans have done tinkering with the earth's surface doesn't seem so big in comparison.

          I do have to climb to the top of one of these boulders and take a selfie...

          The trail follows the ridge for a while. With a little imagination, you might be able to convince yourself ...

          1821. Encounters on the Appalachian Trail

          A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 02, 2014

          24 photos

          ... to the halfway mark of the trail--so reaching here is a big accomplishment to "Through-hikers", people who are hiking the whole trail between Maine and Georgia in just one trip.
          Not exactly something I can boast about--but hey... my global "Hike" is pretty impressive too, isn't it?
          "Are you going to play some music for us? Three friendly folks inside ask me. They are volunteers who share a passion for the Appalachian Trail.
          There's a ...

          Post-visit: The Civil Wars that didn't Happen

          A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 18, 2014

          87 photos

          ... system was even worth considering. I can believe that because there are many equally narrow minded people in this country today.

          And of course, once Northern soldiers set foot on Southern soil, the whole idea that they were "defending themselves from an invasion" kicked in, giving a whole new incentive to keep fighting.

          But what about the Leaders?

          OK, so I've come to terms with how I think the masses were suckered into fighting this war... but ...