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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Gettysburg was another private museum that had lots of cool stuff. Not all was related to the civil war, they had several displays about the world wars, various presidents, and people. There were artifacts from Hitler's Eagle's Nest that were interesting.
We snapped a few pictures, they don't really show the vastness of the displays. They had Marilyn Monroe's white lacy Bra. Off course had to get a snap of that. For the ones interested, 36C. ...
... the battlefield. Josh, Han, Ben and I had all watched a
Gettysburg movie (4 hours and possibly not the best option as it was
tedious in parts) but it set us up to pay special attention to places
as we drove. There are monuments everywhere, to every State and troop
that fought in the Battle, the bloodiest of the Civil War. Over the 3
days, 53,000 died and at the most active point of the battle on July
2nd, more ...
After a surprisingly good nights sleep in the garage parking lot, it was time to see what the damage was. We left our Westy in the hands of Chris the mechanic and walked to The Cornerstone coffeehouse. It was a trendy little spot that had good coffee and a place to plug in our computers and wait out the morning. Chris called us at around noon and said he would come pick us up to bring us back to the garage. ...
... come to walk their dog.
"She's going through a rough time" the grandfather tells me "could she come listen to your music?" I readily agree.
After playing a song I ask if she's ever tried to play the guitar.
"I tried once but it didn't work out"
Maybe playing music might even be more helpful than listening to music to get her through whatever she's struggling with... so we do a quick impromtu lesson. I teach her a couple of chords and ...
... of one side or the other to cry uncle?
"All's well that ends well" some may say. The country stayed together... slavery ended... and eventually the Southern economy got pieced back together. This is what was supposed to happen... so dragging out the war was the right thing... so the politicians and generals who were responsible for dragging this out were heroes...
No. Remember, this was not a war for survival. This was a war of convenience. It could ...