- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... has the most amazing Capitol building and National Civil War Museum. Both worth spending some time seeing.
Then Gettysburg. We arrived late afternoon and in the last sun of the day viewed some Gettysburg Civil War sites before nightfall. Also, the weather was about to turn on us.
Today, we spent at the Gettysburg Military Park and took a 2 ...
... is how Americans want to shop... this is how they want their landscape to look like... so be it. In another decade or so, things will change again, there will be a new way of shopping... and on and on in this ever evolving society.
This is what strikes me the most as the contrast between American and European civilization. In Europe, things were built to last... hundreds and hundreds of years. Here... almost every structure I see around me is meant to ...
... But I've spoken to people, like Jonathan on my Newville-Shippensburg hike, who have spent time with them and they tell me that, no, many Amish can't really explain why they have have all these rules. They're just rules they have to follow without questioning or analyzing. And the consequences of not following the rules are pretty drastic: you get shunned by the church, which means you get thrown out from the only family and community you've known into the world which ...
... each day really counts. Notice more details. Write more about what I observe and experience. Make more of an effort to meet people. When traveling through an exotic foreign country you don't have to try very hard to discover new things. When exploring you own country, where everything is pretty familiar, you do. Hopefully this experience will make me a better traveller. - Reconnect with the experience of the common man. I like to hope that I inspire people to live ...
... the battlefield with one of the certified licensed guides. The guide was very informative and give accounts of both sides of the battle. It was a very pleasant experience; the only that would have made it better was if we were able to see a reenactment.
It is difficult to imagine the battlefield one-hundred and fifty years after the war. Today, Gettysburg National Park is mostly ...