Hampton Inn State College
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... just so nice to have had the opportunity to see those we did.
And now…the most exciting part of this trip…driving from Pennsylvania to Colorado via West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, and (wait for it…highlight of all the states….) KANSAS!!! 21 hours of hair-rising F-U-N!!! Be scared that when we get to Kansas we just might like it so much we might end up getting a plot of land and settle ...
... It is on our way to nowhere. Instead, we drove across the state of PA and are staying the night in an very nice Hampton Inn in Mercer PA, west on I80 almost to OH. Tomorrow we will get up and head to Cleveland (Great Lakes Brewery), another of our bucket list destinations, for lunch. And then we should be home by 6:00 or so. If we had gone to Columbus OH for our Ohio State pic, we would have to come home through Indy and I cannot think of many ...
Finally, we are back home. I had an amazing time with my family in Boston. RJ
We had a great trip and saw so many things I have only heard or read about in the past. Boston was a very friendly city. Thanks for hosting us. Thank God for a safe and memorable trip. LJ
We drove a total of 1,200 miles this week, but finally we are back home. Three words, BEST, ROAD-TRIP, ...
... known place to us - the Black Hills, Pine Ridge, The Badlands, and Sturgis are real to us having been experienced. We are grateful to all the kind people we met as we traveled. (Especially to the night duty toll booth worker who opened the toll gate for us in Howe at 10:30 ...
... 5 other campers there for the night. Self check in. Very positive stay.
While we were in the pretty town of State College, we did visit the Penn State campus. Huge, multi million dollar athletic facilties. Be sure to check out Jim's video below.