Fairfield Inn & Suites Harrisburg Hershey
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It was Jordan and Rachel’s first time flying today. The flights on United left Harrisburg at 8
with a layover in Washington Dulles and arriving in Orlando at 12:30am. It was a late night but the kids LOVED flying
including Rachel who had several complete ...
It was a short drive to Harrisburg, PA. We are staying at the Harrisburg East Campground until after Labor Day. Going to relax and have some fun visiting the Amish area, Hershey and Harrisburg the capital of Pennyslvania.
On our first day of traveling around the area we went to a very large flea market called Roots. Well it as big as the Daytona Flea market but this one has lots and lots of homemade goodies. ...
... Turkey... and I do notice something different here. Most of those museums were extremely one sided in their presentation, making it clear "we" were the heroes, the victims, the good guys... "they" were the villians, the bad guys. I must say I'm relieved to not see that here. It just described what happened, and how people who were there felt about it. As matter of fact, when I get to the Vietnam display, on the wall it clearly states "The original objectives ...
... warning of the evils of taking your kids trick or treating. Inside are books, pamphlets, tracts that basically demonize every belief, religion and demonination different from theirs. Quite a contrast with the inclusive vibe I sensed in nearby Shiremanstown. Now that I've explored so many Main Streets in the region, I must say Mechanicsburg Main Street seems even worse than I remember it. Immediately behind Main ...
... be a Ghanan community here...
But back on the streets, the deeper into town I get, it starts goes from kind of tough and shabby to disturbing. Lots of abandoned houses. Tall, once beautiful townhouses packed tightly together with inhabited homes sandwiched between abandoned homes. That can't be good for property value. And if property values are dropping fast, you know that the people who have the means to buy elsewhere are going to sell and get out as fast as they ...