Executive Inn of Coopersburg
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... goes right through them, so you can normally find a ride if needed or get information from any local you see on the street, and there is generally an abundance of hiker amenities. Duncannon seemed to be the exception from the very little experience I had with it. It wasn't that people were unfriendly or anything, but there just didn't seem to be much around to help hikers except a map of the town on a sign by the trail as you entered. There was no resupply except a little mini ...
... amp; Kelsey, off at Harrington Harbor aboard s/v Vagabond. The two headed up the Chesapeake to dock at Scheafer's canal house in Chesapeake City, Md on the C&D canal to await Eric & I the following day. Once we were done with our running around we met Sue at RIYC for some dinner & an evening of rest before beginning the first leg of our ...
... of the bell to all the ther visitors to the place where it stands. After the day of culture, home to get ready to go out again to a Korean restaurant - this proved to be just THE MOST AMAZING meal - sitting round a table STACKED with food and a bowl of hot coals placed in a sunken round hole in the middle of the table on which the meat was then cooked - like sitting around a barbecue. Chris had already raved about this food - now ...
... li>Cora (my middle name is Corazon which is Spanish for "heart")
... the group that included Selena, Sam, Aaron, James, Matt, Jordan & family. It was a nice time. After that, I was rushed to the Miro museum. I really enjoyed seeing an exhibit of solely his style; I hadn't known it too well before then (too bad I missed out on Picasso!) We were rushed out of the Miro because it was closing. We had a choice to go out until curfew (1 am) or come back and see the Olympic opening at 10 pm. Selena, Katie, and I ...