Hampton Inn Altoona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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We also saw some Amish people building a barn, unfortunately Noel was driving so fast I couldn't get a photo.
We drove through the Allegheny National Forest and in to Pennsylvania.
We we ended pulling up at a town called Altoona and booked into the Holiday Inn. We knew we were back in America when we went out for dinner. I had pasta and Noel had a pizza. Noel got a complimentary salad ...
4 hrs, 6.1 kms Day totals: 17 hrs, 31.1 kms Actual date: May 28, 2015 I continue on south, up over a ridge and through the forest, to another much smaller valley. which consists of some farmland and open meadows... and a big trailer park in the middle. I wonder how the farmers here felt, seeing this new "neighborhood" suddenly pop up in their peaceful valley... Further up ahead a section of the valley floor has been turned ...
3 hrs, 7 kms Actual date: May 28, 2015 From Altoona, the plan is to contine on west to Johnstown where it looks like there are a whole bunch of towns I can add to my collection and hopefully hit my 2,000 town benchmark soon. But first I'll add a couple more towns here in the Logan Valley. Hollidaysburg is 4 miles to the south. And after a couple of miles of sunscorched busy road walking, I start to wonder if ...
... with early 19th century lowrise office buildings... a random diner... a patch of land turned into a parking lot. But unlike Harrisburg, which is continuing to add on new styles and reinvent itself, Altoona seems to have have given up on coming up with new ideas for itself--other than a large hospital on the north side.
Of course, the city does seem to have a good excuse: population has been in decline since the 1930s, so the city has limited ...
... valley, a pretty standard middle class town with a shabby little Main Street and a grid of quiet residential streets. Beyond, the valley feels surprisingly underdeveloped--at least on the road I'm taking, with a lot of land that looks like it might have been developed for a while and then let gone wild... Finally, as dusk sets in, I reach the edge of the main city, Altoona... and I decide to call it a ...