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My children were so fascinated with the driver's story telling techniques.
They loved it when he would let them out to run around at various historical sights.
"Emily's door was open, and all her stuff untouched," Maggie says. Yet looking at that empty room, I knew."Meanwhile, Gettysburg senior Theresa (not her real name) left the assembly early, got in her car, and headed home for the break.
"I assumed the killing was a drunken act; perhaps something went horribly wrong between two frat brothers," she recalls.
Its done in a custom van with really really comfy seats! Its seemed to only fit a handful of people in the tour which made it very personal and comfortable. While in Gettysburg last week I saw the "History Nerds" van parked on Baltimore St. I and my family thoroughly enjoyed our tour, our driver Tim was courteous and prompt when picking us up at our hotel (they offer door to door service) which was a plus with the kids and not having to find public parking.
The two had broken up three weeks earlier, agreeing to remain friends.Visitors can enjoy guided cycling tours across the historic Gettysburg Battlefield with Gettys Bike Tours.The tour provides bikes, but guests can also bring their own bike or rent a bike to explore on their own.Driving off campus, she saw barricades on Carlisle Street, where her good friend Kevin Schaeffer lived with two roommates. Concerned, Theresa tried phoning Kevin several times, but he didn't respond."As time went on," she says, "I realized there must be a reason he wasn't answering."At a press conference that afternoon, Adams County District Attorney Shawn Wagner finally announced the victim: Emily Silverstein, a 19-year-old sophomore.