Hampton Inn Clarks Summit
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Heated pool
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... scholarship fund to send more kids to camp who can't quite afford to come!! It was incredible to watch...the prizes were a mixture of holidays for the parents and things for their children's bunks!! We (G1) managed to get a late morning wake up, an ice cream party and a campfire with s'mores!!!! I finally get to try s'mores!! The amount these parents were bidding for ...
... University and failed miserably! And landed to the sight of a lot of fog, the perfect New York City night haha. Anyway! Everyone is so nice here! Met some amazing people! Just eaten our first dinner with everyone who will be working here. Campers arrive next week!!! Bring on staff week! Ready for some icebreakers! ...
... my new sunglasses (in Kentucky), we didn't need to visit the mall. Or pay for parking.
Darcy checked on her phone while I made a u-turn. Turns out the mailing address and headquarters are NOT at the same address as Steamtown. (If this blog entry is so exciting that you decide to go there yourself; make sure you go to Cliff Street).
We visited the historic site and watched the (rather slow and ...
... women were called Shield Maidens, not wenches. I love Google. Memorial Day was spent BBQ'ing, boating and tubing in Lake Winola with our new Boathouse friends. Ya, man. Thanks for having us Coleen, we had lots of fun! Our day trip was to NYC, via a train from NJ, a new form of public transportation for me. Very exciting. We made it to Times Square, Radio City, and the 9-11 Memorial. What a crazy town, lots of people and little space. We found our way to the ...
... row towards the young eagle and got pretty close until it clumsily flew away. To see them so close and flying away was nothing short of majestic! I can't forget about the deer - if there were lions and tigers and bears, this is the point I would say "oh my!" The things we like about Tunkhannock (besides its funny name): no cookie cutter homes, no streets are bigger than two lane, intersections are called junctions, total mom and pop stuff with a Walmart a respectable distance ...