Hampton Inn Somerset

Address: 324 Laurel Crest Rd, Somerset, Pennsylvania, 15501, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 324 Laurel Crest Rd, Somerset, is near Flight 93 Memorial and Somerset Historical Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Somerset

    Mark this off my "Bucket List"

    A travel blog entry by jerryc on Jul 13, 2015

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... in the early 2000's and it's still showing signs of severe deterioration. Leaks are throughout and the smell of mildew is throughout.

    All in all, a beautiful design and home.

    Incredible also that the cost of all the improvements was around $155,000 and his fee was about 5% or $8,000....

    We'd like to see the house again, but probably in the ...

    T. Tibbar's Trek: Day 1 (6/26)

    A travel blog entry by luvinlif2k on Jun 26, 2015

    5 photos

    ... Days Inn in New Stanton, PA. The room was nice, the beds were comfy and the breakfast was nice in the morning. What a surprise when we noticed that the noise that we were hearing in the background was a construction crew that was working to clear away the awning by the front door that had collapsed overnight! OOPS!

    We had better hit the road on this rainy morning. travel maybe a bit slower today.
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    Flight 93

    A travel blog entry by furlin on Jun 19, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... and the stone, flags, and flowers that mark the crash site.

    Although the memorial has been constructed for a while, a new visitor center is due to open later this year. They are installing a walkway from the visitor center, through a grove of newly planted trees, and over a pedestrian bridge to the site. We hope to go back again in the future.


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    Kentuck Knob

    A travel blog entry by furlin on Jun 19, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... I have seen. It is nestled into the knob of a hill with magnificent views a few steps away. The subsequent owners turned it into a place with many outdoor sculptures and opened it to the public. They still own it.

    This was our last stop with Bonnie and David. After this tour, they returned home to Rochester and we continued our exploratory adventure.
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    Fort Necessity National Battlefield

    A travel blog entry by furlin on Jun 18, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    Happening upon Fort Necessity, we remembered that our first president built it when he was a mere lad in the British army. He was tasked with finding out what the French were doing at Fort Duquense The confrontation at Fort Necessity in the summer of 1754 was the start of the French and Indian War that ended in 1763. The action at Fort Necessity was also the first major event in ...