Country Inn & Suites Harrisburg-Union Deposit
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People kept telling us to visit the Capital Building. It opened in 1906 and President Roosevelt stated it was " the handsomest Capital I have ever seen." It really is a beautiful building and you get to take a guided tour if you like. We took the tour to find out more about the history of the building and it really was worth it.
The rotunda is 272 ...
Hershey is only a short drive for our campground. We drove and parked on Chocolate Avenue and walked around and saw the old Hershey factory, Hershey Park and Chocolate World. We walked by the park that had lots of visitors on our way to Chocolate World. It was a fun place to visit and we had lots of fun. We ...
... bring their baked goods and they look wonderful. You can see by the picture posted that we couldn't control ourselves. It was a fun way to spend the morning!!
We decided to drive over to Intercourse, PA. Yes that is the name of the town. It is a tourist town and you really don't get to see the way the Amish really live. We took several drives off the main roads and got see the Amish farms and even the ...
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After we left Montana, we explored South Dakota. We did several hikes in Spearfish Canyon, saw Mt Rushmore, drank wine at a winery, saw some wildlife in Custer State Park, and passed through Wind Cave National Park. We camped for a night in Badlands National Park. The "night sky program" in our campground was amazing! We got to look through very ...
... based on the 10 Commandments! Then on to the House of Representatives, another opulent chamber, and the tour is over. Now it's time to get back out and see the "real" Harrisburg Behind the capitol is a high bridge over a low lying industrial valley separating down town from the east side of the city. At the west end are two imposing pillars with eagle heads at the top, almost a Mussolini style austere grandeur to the. As you cross the valley and up the hill on the other side, ...