Red Carpet Inn & Suites New Cumberland

Address: 351 Lewisberry Road, New Cumberland, Pennsylvania, 17070, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 351 Lewisberry Road, New Cumberland, is near National Civil War Museum, Troegs Brewing Company, City Island, and State Library of Pennsylvania.
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Travel Blogs from New Cumberland

Nice sites, loud music

A travel blog entry by marklefamily on Nov 08, 2014

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... nearby swing set for some play time. They left and we had some more visitors John & Kim, they visited for a while a played Skippo. Then left and we headed to the playground that looked like an Ark. We played for a while then went for a walk down to the camp café where we saw what looked like Guy Fieri. We stalked him to his site and took a ****** photo of him chopping wood, we thought it was him because twitter said he was in Fairfield but ...

A Solemn Walk Through Gettysburg

A travel blog entry by happyronin on Nov 05, 2014

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... each regiment sustained. Many of the deaths that did occur were either from infection due to wounds or from diseases that spread in close quarters.
We were able to get an overview of the battle lines. Standing in areas which some part of the battle took place was very somber and sobering. Knowing that many soldiers had died on these areas (some very young) and that friends were often found on opposing sides was heartbreaking.


It ...

Battlefield Gettysburg

A travel blog entry by sailormanjake on Aug 11, 2014

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... There are hundreds of monuments depicting landmarks, epic events, or positions of troops. They will know which ones are the most important and the ones that could be over looked.

Despite there being almost nothing to look at and driving around the park, it was a pleasurable experience. It was a nice reminder of what it means to be an American and an important part of American History.
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Postvisit: Hiking in the Rain

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 01, 2014

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... to pass on many of these rigid rules to their children. "They have access to information--some of them even have smartphones! One Amish fellow told me that, even though they don't have electricity in the house--he can still watch TV by running it off a car battery."

As we're speaking a fellow in Amish attire passes us on a bicycle

"He's probably not Amish... most Amish don't allow bicycles--only foot scooters... bicycles are ...

Going in to battle.

A travel blog entry by forgeroadtrip on Aug 28, 2013

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This morning's visit really challenged me. Initially I knew about Gettysburg, Lincoln's address and that there was a battle between the north and the south, but that was about it. I can't even begin to explain it more in detail on this blog, because it is very confusing for me. The more I learned, the more confused I got. When I thought that I had it straight, I realised that I didn't. As this is a national historical park, we completed the activities in the junior ...