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Stayed in the Why Motor Lodge in Duncansville, PA. This is an old-fashioned motor lodge--real keys for the door instead of "sometimes they work" key cards. Very clean, free wifi (though my portable wifi through my phone account was A LOT faster!), comfortable bed, nice staff. No breakfast. If you don't expect much, you won't be disappointed, and the price was definitely right. I'd stay there again.
Asked the hotel clerk for a ...
Tonight is our last night on the road. It's crazy to think about this trip ending because...well you can read about that in my next blog post. This morning we woke up at Great Wolf Lodge. Livvy and I got wands and did the MagiQuests for about 2-3 hours before we had to go for our last 8 and a half hour stretch of driving before we reached home. After the majority of the hotels we stayed in being simple roadside hotels (except the ones in ...
... 15-20 mph, and, because the area was in an extended drought, the very few towns I passed through were worn down and downright depressing.
Where was the nicest place that you stayed? This does not refer to the hotel but to the whole experience after we parked the bikes. Again, I can't narrow this down to just one and the top five are as follows (not in any order):
Jackson WY (Tetons): We pulled into Jackson on a real high after ...
... absolute blast. Most of 19 and 50 were fun but construct interrupted the dance several times.
Stopped at a cool diner for a couple of coney dogs on 50 and decided it was time to get home. So I pushed on after lunch and pulled into the driveway around 5:30 after logging 350 miles for the day.
Routes: 33 E / 19 N / 50 E / 219 N / 220 N (becomes 99 N)
... We waited and waited. It seemed the hostess was no where to be found according to the waitress that finally seated us.
We picked up some brochures to see what there was to do in the area. We decided to visit Horseshoe Curve and Altoona Railroaders Memorial Museum. Both attractions can be bought in a package from either place.
Horseshoe Curve is one of the world’s most incredible engineering feats.You take a short tram ride up ...