Trenthouse Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... sisters to Penn's Station, shopping at Gimball's for our Easter outfits, and visiting my uncle, Mike Reilly, who was head guard at Independence Hall, which housed the Liberty Bell for over 200 years. (Side note, Independence Hall is where both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed.) I take some pride in that, as a child, I was allowed to touch the bell. I was way too young to understand ...
... the campground and eat an early dinner around 6pm. We walk down to the lake after dinner and check it out. It’s cold and windy but a beautiful clear evening. We walk back and decide to clean our teeth and lay down in our tent. We last about 15minutes and decide we just need to sleep. We look at the time and it’s 8pm…and still very bright outside haha. After 2 hours sleep on a plane that doesn’t have chairs that even recline, we didn’t care, lights out it ...
... in the early 2000's and it's still showing signs of severe deterioration. Leaks are throughout and the smell of mildew is throughout.
All in all, a beautiful design and home.
Incredible also that the cost of all the improvements was around $155,000 and his fee was about 5% or $8,000....
We'd like to see the house again, but probably in the ...
... in some manner, but they actually had wheels on their feet! I guess it was easier to serve food on wheels that it would be by actually hopping. At any rate, dinner at Sonic was nice.
Our next stop was to stretch at Midway Plaza. It was a nice and very busy rest stop. While there we picked up a coupon book for hotels in PA and picked one out of there to head to for the night.
We stayed ...
... career of George Washington. It was the only time
he ever surrendered to an enemy.
After the war in 1770, Washington returned to the area. Because of its great beauty, he purchased the land that the fort and the Mount Washington Tavern now sits on. The road his troops cut through the forest when building Fort Necessity was used by settlers on their way to Ohio. It became ...