The RoseMary Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... oriented. The campus is quite beautiful with many old buildings mixed in with the newer architectures. Zachary felt good about the school - but thought it might be too liberal arts oriented - he also felt it was similar to Tufts. He felt the campus was on the smaller ...
... is the old Bethlehem Steel research facility which is now a primary research facility for undergrads and grad students. We then went over to Goodman sports campus which is all large sports fields and stadiums. It's been significantly expanded since I attended as the football, baseball and soccer fields were not built then. After driving through the Goodman Campus we headed to Easton to see ...
... straight, we stayed on the Red Trail, crossing Pond Run Creek and then heading downstream along a series of steps and wooden overlooks. There are three waterfalls right in a row here. First was Upper Bridesmaid’s Falls, a two-tiered waterfall partially tucked away in the gorge. Bridal Veil Falls, the largest of the three, is a nice cascading waterfall. And right below that is Lower Bridesmaid’s Falls, probably the smallest ...
... to Ringing Rocks County Park. Not only is there a waterfall at this park, but there are also musical rocks! After parking, we hiked down the short trail past the rock field to Ringing Rocks Falls. We came out at the top of the waterfall and had to scramble down to the base for good views of the waterfall. The water flows over a rock face and falls about 18 feet ...
... an oil change. On the back to the campground we went through Allentown and Bethlehem. There are some nice parts of both towns but there seem to be a lot more not-so-good parts. Palmerton was a very nice town. There are a lot of coal mines up in this area. The rolling hills around Palmerton were just beautiful. This was our last campground before we headed to Delaware to stay for the ...