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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Just arrived at HIA. Got expedited entry and didn't even have to take my shoes off. The place is a ghost town - as has often been the case when I fly out of HIA. Waiting to depart at 1:40. Now to catch up on some reading... Got an email from my mother while sitting here. Apparently the unusual cold spell the area we will be riding in (10 - 20 degrees below normal) has rebounded with ...
After months of planning and waiting to take this trip the day has finally arrived! I've been able to whittle down the clothes I need to take into a qualifying size carry-on bag. I still need to swing by the drug store to pick up some travel size anti-perspirant and toothpaste; TSA regulations make it a little more challenging than just grabbing out of the medicine cabinet. Next stop, the ...
... town feel in contrast with, say, Chambersburg, Carlisle, Hagerstown.
Since then things have changed. There are a couple large warehouses plopped by themselves in the middle of the farmland near Newville. So there are now jobs here, which could lead to sprawl. But for now, Newville still has that small town feel.
We stop at a diner, just to soak in the vibe... and then bid each other farewell. It was great to hike with company ...
... here everybody likes to fix up their yard/garden nice... the streets are shady... people greet you as they pass--and there is a tiny little "downtown" area with a theater and Irish themed pub.
Yeah, I guess New Cumberland definitely has a "soul" of its own.
... or valued. The last part of the Gettysburg battle was fought around the house, after Picketts charge, on the 3rd day by Federal cavalry and Confederate Infantry who discovered each other by chance.
The farmer, on hearing troops moving in on 30 June, went out with his rifle to investigate, was picked up by Confederate troops and questioned as a spy. The farmer was head of the local Masonic Temple and in discussions with the Confederate Major secured ...