Courtyard by Marriott Allentown Bethlehem
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Thursday was Thanksgiving and by now, the snow had ended. The roads were cleared so in the morning, Sandy and I headed to Peace Valley for a walk around Lake Galena. We parked at the Peace Valley Nature Center and started walking the hike/bike path around the lake. It was a chilly morning, but the sky was clear and ...
Wednesday, the forecast was for a lot of snow - 8 to 12 inches. It turns out we didn’t get that much, maybe 2 or 3 inches, but had preemptively canceled our waterfall plans for the day. But I still wasn’t going to be stuck around the house all day. While Sandy went shopping with her mom and aunt, I headed to Doylestown’s Central Park and ...
... are three waterfalls along Dingmans creek in this area. From the parking area, we hiked down the trail and passed the top of Factory Falls, though we couldn’t see much from here. Then, we came out near the top of Fulmer Falls. I climbed out on a rock outcrop close to the top of the falls, though we couldn’t see the whole thing. We found a bridge to cross to the other side of the creek, but the only place to see all of ...
... went out for dinner with his team. Matt had to work on Thursday so I went and explored Bethlehem a bit. It had been snowing a lot and was really slippery and chilly. Luckily I bought my snow boots! I’m still not used to most shops not opening till 11am or later and wandered around the streets for a while. I would have assumed that because there are skiing slopes nearby everything would be open, but many of the shops were shut for winter. Unfortunately many of the ...
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