Hampton Inn Lewisburg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... see america as we landed and it looked so different till the girl next to me told me that was snow and i was like noooooo.. one thing i will surely miss is the weather. i am refusing to go outside today.
So we landed and we went through customs, then it was time to find the van and head back to Messiah. By then i could not keep my eyes open so i took a snooze and still woke up and had 1hr 10mins till we were back.. My phone had died so i did not have contact with ...
... don't just hand over your credit card to the the wait staff to swipe. Instead, you are brought a small machine called a dongle which you use to swipe your credit card yourself. You personally punch in the tip amount before approving the transaction. Then the machine prints a receipt for you and for the merchant. The Canadian credit cards have an imbedded microchip which contains personal information; this system is more difficult ...
... Bucknell University a very prestigious Liberal Arts College. It is a very pretty campus but you have to have money to attend as tuition is almost $49,000 a year. The college is located in a very quaint town, Lewistown. We really liked the looks of this town.
Our driving included visiting America's Largest Free Admission Amusement Resort, Knoebels!
Parking is even free and you only pay for the rides you want to do. I rode ...
A great first night's sleep in the camper! It rained all night; in the earlier evening everyone was relegated to the camper because of rain, too. Jacob and Ben watched a bad movie; Ruby talked with Abe, me and Kris until bedtime. It was a relaxing evening. Unfortunately, our morning, while starting great with ...
... many of the stories I've heard from others who have had similar cross-country trips in their childhoods. By the numbers: two iPads, one iPhone, one Nintendo DS, two iPods, two nooks, one Nexus, one Garmin GPS, one camera, one MP3 player. Unbelievable. We also, as a nod to old-school planning, have a giant notebook organized with dividers for each stop, the reservation for our campground, a one page map of the drive from the earlier space, and ...