Four Points by Sheraton York
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We left Kutztown with overcast skies and headed to our favorite campsite south of Strasburg. Since we tow the Jeep I had to drive the mini which cuts into my snoozing or reading time. It wasn't a long drive maybe close to 2 hours. After we set up, rested and ate a snack we headed to our favorite Amish stand for fresh bread and sticky buns. We went looking for a Dominos store but it had closed so we found the Pizza Hut (yes Thursday is Pizza Nite). Terry ordered then ...
... on a trip this long.
Our plan is to be traveling for about two months crossing the country by a northern route to Oregon and Washington. In Oregon we hope to stop by Crater Lake and the Columbia River Gorge before heading into Washington for views of Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Ranier, touring Seattle and a whale watch around the San Juan Islands. Then it is north and west through western Canada and into Alaska.
... s reflection.
Also after searching for a long time I think what we are looking forward to the most with those trips is: the disconnection from the everyday stuff.
If a trip like that is to be a success, you will look forward to come back to your everyday stuff after and you will have a lot of subjects to talk about. I will tell you if it that does happen in a month from now.
... House over the years include:
- John D. Rockefeller, founder of Standard Oil Company, whose (inflation-adjusted) wealth today would be worth several hundred billion dollars
- Steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie, who, like Rockefeller, was one of the most important philanthropists of his time
- Presidents Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Rutherford B. Hayes -- among others
- Rabbi Louis Finkelstein, a Talmud scholar and official ...
We went to Gettysburg, watched another exciting film about the Civil War and then went in the 'cyclorama'. It's an enormous painting of the battle of Gettysburg, which is 365 degrees and goes around the whole room. It was very lifelike and hard to see where the painting ended and the 3D scene on the floor began. ...