18th Century Inn

Address: 115 Log Cabin Road, Newville, Pennsylvania, 17241, United States | Inn
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This inn is located on 115 Log Cabin Road, Newville.
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    Back to town

    A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Jul 18, 2015

    1 comment, 22 photos

    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 ...


    A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Jul 17, 2015

    1 comment, 27 photos

    Staying at a very nice KOA nestled in the forested hills a few miles outside Gettysburg. Our site has a stone firepit, loveseat-bench rocker, and one of the main reasons we stay at KOA's: a dog park for Braddock! We also took him for a hike on the 1-mile nature trail where he spied a lttle deer family for us. About mid-afternoon, we took the shuttle into town to see the Gettysburg ...

    Post-visit: The Hunter Gatherer

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 03, 2014

    19 photos

    ... cleasing ritual passed on from generation to generation? No, this is a 2 week fad that started here in America and has spread across the globe (thanks to two other American innovations: and online social networks). In a couple weeks, nobody will be doing this any more, and the innovators will be busy trying to come up with the next "global fad".

    Yep. That's American culture. Enjoy it--because tomorrow it will be gone and replaced by something else.

    1851. Following the Trolley Line

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 01, 2014

    5 photos

    ... rented for special events, and rides are offered on certain holidays. I suspect that Rockhill furnace has spent a lot more on this trolley than they're making--but it still is nice to see folks holding on to a relic of another era.

    Around are dilapidated wooden buildings and rusted iron ore railroad cars, reminders that the glory days of this town were over long ...

    Post-visit: Memories of 2000

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 01, 2014

    24 photos

    ... trail that crosses almost the entire country from north to south.

    It's about 4 miles just to get from Waynesboro to the trail. But it's not to bad of a walk. Along the way I go to check out a log cabin atop a ridge. A sign reads "Meeting House: 1780" I think it's interesting how, in Europe, a "historical structure" is typically a 500 year old cathedral or a 2000 year old massive amphitheatre. Here in America, go back a couple hundred years and it's going to ...