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great place to stay, able to walk downtown , Mark the manager always does his best
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The long day of driving included several encounters with slowed traffic and construction. We finally arrived in Gettysburg. We decided to drive through town to see what eating establishments were still open - trying to avoid the quick burger & fries menu. We ended up in the park and decided to go see the Eternal Flame. We'll be visiting the site again tomorrow, but wanted to get some pictures of the flame in the twilight / dusk. ...
Took 1/2 hour trip to Frederick, where ricks grandpa lived and he visited many moons ago. Googlemap on way back from Frederick was confused. Had us do 2 figure 8's and a uturn. Worst highway traffic, seemed like California traffic, 70 then 30. Then 80. Then 20. For no apparent reason at 10:20 am, Which we would think would not be rush hour but this does seem to be a pretty high traffic area so what do we know. Also got to visit with aunt Katie, thank you ...
... tip in return. After dinner we headed back towards bed. In the morning we drove and visited the museum and took an auto tour around the city. It was amazing. At the museum they had a 360 view painting that was done after the war. From there we headed home. We were so tired from the trip. We are home in Vienna now (as of yesterday) and it's nice to be back where we can relax now. We drove over 5000 miles and kept in budget. What a great ...
... but one of them was Appalachian Brewing Company, where enjoyed a fine meal with our friends.
Later when we were back in our hotel room, I was looking for something to watch on TV and came across "Breaking Amish," a reality show I had never even heard of---what a coincidence! I didn't watch for long but at least I had some background for understanding the premise.
Tomorrow: Niagara Falls!
... the British, good ole' George insisted on paying fair market value for his temporary occupation of the place. I love it!
One last photo. "Keep Calm and Carry On", originating as an inspirational message for the British popullace during WW II, has become ubiquitous, but appearing in many forms. Even here at the George Washington gift shop. "Keep Calm and March On". Such is life in the 21st Century.