Comfort Inn Valley Forge National Park
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... September 2000, we went to Oberndorf to visit the Silent Night Memorial Chapel. We were so impressed and found they held a special service every December 24 commemorating the famous Christmas Carol. They broadcast it live on webcam but we thought it would be so wonderful to experience it live. We decided to go and when we checked our frequent flier miles, we not only had enough to fly over, but enough to ...
Well today started as one of those days that we simply wanted to go back to bed and have a do-over. We were up early and left camp early to avoid traffic and meet our timeline for the tours we had planned. We got about 10 miles out and David realized he forgot his wallet. So we turned around and left camp about an hour later than we wanted. So...off we go for a second time. This time we get about 20 miles out (it's about 60 miles to philly) and whay do we hear but the sound ...
... A member took us on a walking tour into the back, unreclaimed land, and, seriously, I could have just imagined us machete-whacking our way through some jungle in search of Indiana Jones, or something! Occasionally, an obelisk of a gravemarker would rise above the trees. We did our part by removing invasive knot weed and sumac, planting native honeysuckle, and mowing. We also put our mental capabilities to the test figuring out what, exactly, could you take through a green ...