North Ridge Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... flight up, I picked up my new car from the rental stop. Right off the bat, two things about driving in the northeast are much different than my previous journey. One, it's much different driving in a place with hills and mountains. And two, I am much happier driving a Prius hybrid getting 50 miles per gallon! The second one will especially come in handy as I plan on putting over a thousand miles on the car this leg! I got into Gettysburg a little after lunch ...
... myself during that time. This time we spent more time at each point of the auto tour and tried to grasp our minds around all that took place at the spot we were standing.
We made our way to the Pennsylvania Memorial and saw there was an event that portrayed the life of soldiers in their camps. We spoke soldiers (volunteers who take part of the Living History in the park) who were eager to share information regarding their ...
... and the dome weighs 52 million pounds, there are marble staircases, 377 mosaics in the flooring, stained glass windows that weigh 200 pounds framed in gold-leaf. Also the marble in the Senate is from the Pyrenees Mountains in France and the capital is the only place in the western hemisphere that has this type of marble. There are beautiful mahogany ...
Day 335 6 hrs, 12.8 kms Greencastle is the in between town--never quite achieving the status of its neighbors Chambersburg (to the north) or Hagerstown to the south). A small town core... a couple of industries around it--but no mall... no Walmart (something to be ashamed of?). But it does have some nice Victorian houses--and I spot more cafes than diners in the town core... perhaps that suggests a bit more ...
... using the plea of "temporary insanity" - the first time it was this plea was ever entered. During the battle, Sickles lost his leg to a bullet and strangely would "visit his leg frequently" at what is now the National Museum of Health and Medicine, in Washington, DC. So maybe "temporary" insanity was't strong enough...I'd say FULL INSANITY was more like it.
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