Hampton Inn Harrisburg East (Hershey Area)
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The Blog is short as we are mainly just driving to get down to Florida. The weather had gotten colder and there are few campgrounds left open. So for these reasons combined with my (Lorrie) poor health made the decision to get headed to Florida for some R & R time. The last week has been a whirlwind of moving and driving....we forget where we are in the mornings! While driving thru Boston the motorhome started making some nasty noises. Since we ...
... again and as Chris was pulling to the side of the road, it died. We called CAA and luckily they were there in 15minutes. The Tow Truck drove us to the garage and got us all set up. The guy at the garage, Chris, was super nice for waiting for us to get there but there was nothing to be done that night. He told us we could stay at the garage in our Westy and even gave us electricity, access to the bathroom and their Wifi. It was super sweet of him and ...
... the sandwich and still have a piece of the chocolate pie
called Blackout cake, so she placed most of her sandwich in a take away box for
later. All of it was totally delicious. We then went into Hershey World for the
free tour. Next door is the large Hershey amusement park with rides and
all things chocolate. We entered and took a Disney type ride through the
"tour" which had singing cows, animated machines that ...
... damaged by the flood so it now has a marker to show the flood height.. The roadway was 11 feet above the river. Some of the bridges have been relocated to preserve them as they were getting too fragile to cope with the traffic load in their original position.
We went to the Tail Gate Cafe for lunch again at Colemanville bridge which was quite a pretty spot. There were no parking signs where we stopped as it was a turn around for vehicles going to a camping ground. A big F ...
... This is very different from what I got used to in European cities, where typically the downtown area is "frozen in time" in a specific era... and DON'T YOU DARE rebuild something in a way that doesn't blend in with that era. Then, maybe outside the downtown there will be another era--maybe a cluster of modern skyscrapers or something. Here in America, with few exceptions there doesn't seem to be a need to cling to a specific period of history--or to make sure new buildings blend in ...