Hampton Inn & Suites Williamsburg Square
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... out all the logistics with all the costs associated! I am actually calmer now just having a plan and bookings... At first that scared the heck out of me, but now it is actually making me calm...go figure! It's still hard to wrap my head around being out of the country for almost a month. how do I pack? What will I need, what can I take...what can't I take? And it's only 2 weeks ...
... who married a descendant of Christopher Columbus.
There was suppose to be an antique store but it wasn’t open but right next door was a small CHOCOLATE store. So we bought some truffles and clusters and off we went to the store then pick up our pizza.
We didn’t have anything particular that we wanted to see in the area so it was just a few days of relaxing (for me) and sightseeing. Back to the motorhome to get ready for another ...
... campground until 8:30 at night! At lunch time, we were getting gas and Fred bought a whole pizza cut into 6 pieces. Carol asked, "What are we going to do with all that?" Fred replied, “2 for lunch today, 2 for dinner tonight and 2 for lunch tomorrow”. Perfect!
... how's the economy here in this area?" "It's a retirement area, really.... there are some jobs. A factory nearby is hiring 6 or 7 people... and there's some work at expanding the Del Grosso amusement park..." One thing there doesn't seem to be much at all here is agriculture. I've seen some grassy meadows that might be used to feed animals, but nothing more. I reach Bellwood, my next "official" town ...
6 hrs, 14 kms Actual date: May 27, 2015 In Pennsylvania you mostly find one of two extremes: either the sprawling, overdeveloped areas in the plains and wide river valleys, like Pittsburgh area, Scranton-Wilkes Barre and the Harrisburg-Philadephia-Allentown triangle... or you have the mountainous areas with just scattered random towns an small cities. Logan Valley it seems is a bit in between. A fairly narrow strip of valley with mountains on all sides, it ...