Courtyard by Marriott Allentown Bethlehem
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... chuckle. On our last day in Sturgis after a nice ride we were headed back to the hotel and I noticed a sign along the side of the road. There was a bar that had a sign out front that showed "riders and fender fluff welcome". Well needless to say that got my dander up! It still works me up thinking about somebody putting that on the sign. I told Shane about it when we ...
Yay week 1 classes ended!! And ended well!!! Gave students surveys to fill out, and the comments were phenomenal!! They absolutely loved the class :))) always nice when that happens!!! Had a nice lunch and dinner in the dining hall with the staff too. AND I got paid for Emory. So the day is definitely looking up. Hope to have a relaxing time ...
... free ride. It was all fake and had singing cows, but they did a good job of showing how the chocolate bars are made in an entertaining way! I then got some souvenirs, stuff I can't find at yard sales, like a special vintage mug, a shot glass, and postcards. Long fun day! I know many staff members were exhausted chasing down students. Thankfully I didn't have that duty. I did have a 2 hour shift by the entrance (one staff had to be there at a given time), but the ...
... 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 ...
... person brings something to eat and the artist shows you around their studio and talks about their work. This time the artist was Bernette Rudolf and almost her whole apartment has been taken over by the studio. I'd guess she's in her eighties and she was quite a character - said she didn't have space for a husband (3 had died already) and she only had time for boyfriends if they were happy to only see her on the weekends! On Monday, 31 March, Sylwia came over for dinner ...