Forest Hill Inn
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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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Centralia is a true ghost town - only a few homes still stand in the area and the population as of 2010 is 10. A mine fire in 1962 continues to burn, the heat causing the streets to crack and buckle, and the US government used eminent domain in 1992 to begin relocating residents who refused to leave. 10 feet below ground the ...
... out of the valley. The rest of the day was fairly typical of Pennsylvania so far: no huge elevation changes and some rocks but not the real bad stuff yet. I was going to do a little bit longer day since I had neroed into Boiling Springs the day before, so I pushed on to Duncannon, PA, a trail town 26 miles from Boiling Springs.
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... happen on the Appalachian Trail. It was a fantastic way to celebrate the halfway point on the trail. I am now 1,217 miles in, and Pennsylvania has become very rocky and started to live up to its namesake of "the place where shoes go to die". However, the trail has really flattened out and it's a nice change of pace to walk through pastures. It's pretty unbelievable that I am more than halfway through my thru hike. I am doing my best to live in the moment and enjoy everyday to the ...
... food really quite edible and bags arrived unscathed. Can't ask much more than that!
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