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We had breakfast at the hotel this morning. I had a waffle slathered in syrup, blueberry yogurt and a hard boiled egg also slathered in syrup to start my day. I also drank a cup of coffee and a cup of orange juice which is always a risky endeavour when you plan to ride for 200 kms before stopping for a break. Our 7 am start was 30 minutes delayed …
... to talk about how little it has changed since they were kids themselves. One couple, and their kids, talked to us as they walked us to a local store for a drink. .......I love little towns - kinda that Mayberry feeling here. I stopped by the war memorial to pay respect to all the names. Their town has done an excellent job with this memorial, it is nice to see so much pride in everything this town has - the small details make all the difference! ...
... and glad to see us. He was only expecting Gabrielle and Cheyenne. On Steve's recommendation we had lunch at Bert's Diner in Palmerton. Marie had pork chop with mash and fried onion rings, I had calf liver with green salad and carrot and raisin salad,and a peanut butter and chocolate milkshake and rice pudding - HUGE and yum. Gabrielle had breaded mushrooms (only 12 this time) and clam strips. Chey had a ...
... rail and decided to sit for a few minutes. I watched the cars go by and then a few minutes later a stopped and the driver asked us if we would like a cold drink! Of course....Yes!! We headed across the two lanes and met him by his car. His name was Guy, or Tramp Dad. He was doing trail magic earlier, saw us, and turned around to help us out! He went out of his way to give us cold drinks and a good conversation as we downed the much appreciated cold sodas! I took one soda ...
... with the heat, and as much as I hate to do it - he is going back home tomorrow. I can't risk hurting him with heat issues, 12 years old - he just can't safely handle it anymore :( . At least I had a few days with him by my side :) He will be missed! Friday, June 20 2014 A long flat 15 miles of hiking today! For some reason, these flat portions seem to wear us out faster than the steep ups and downs do??!! I passed the berry tree by the farmers ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsForest Hill Inn Hazleton
The hotel was reasonably clean and maintained for under $70 for double occupancy after the AAA discount. They could certainly clean the dust around the outside edge of the room, but I have seen the dust line in more expensive places as well.
This is a small independently owned and operated motel that I would stay at again. The owner has a good sense of humour and was pleasant to deal with.
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