Colonial House on Main Bed & Breakfast
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... feet, go thru the Allegheny tunnel and then we had to go down 5 miles to get off the turnpike and into the valley. We got to this HUGE campground to almost add bad luck #6 as they said we told them our MH was 27 feet not 38 and they had us on a small spot. They found that they had moved us since original spot was not in service so we are on a full hook up site but the motorhome went from fence to street. It seems the place is so big the mode of transportation ...
... located. Their presentation was excellent and you could look down into the valley and see where the lake used to be and imagine the water rushing down. We meant to see the old clubhouse but somehow missed the turn.
Then we went into Johnstown to the museum there which is housed in a Carnegie Library building. (Andrew Carnegie gave money to build 2,509 libraries ...
... falling through the holes in the roof and glistening in the sunbeams.
Then I woke up and realized it was actually raining and coming in through the open roof vent above our heads and falling on my face. It was 6:00 am. Whoever is in charge, thanks a lot.
So, okay, what happened today? Driving—traffic—rain. Make up your own story. I'm going to finish my ...
Fallingwater was definitely one of the most amazing buildings I have ever been to. I had learned about Fallingwater several different times in school and it was amazing to finally see it in person. I had thought it was very modern and new but it has a very rustic feel due to the old materials used and the paint fading and rusting in places. The architecture is stunning and the ...
... in a much more pleasant setting. There is a lodge that overlooks a bowling green and golf course. Individual holiday homes are scattered around the edge of the golf course. There are tennis courts, a heated pool and a shooting range. Tonight there was a buffet dinner down by the pool. Afterwards at the lodge, I was sitting with Vicki, an English Aussie and Deb, a Tasmanian Aussie, when two American women came and introduced themselves and said they wanted to ...