Holiday Inn Express Breezewood
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Breezewood
... of the factory and all got a free chocolate afterwards...a new caramel one. Yum! We finally made it to New York, via the Newark airport (don't ask). Our hotel is nice! We went for a stroll down to the park slope area of Brooklyn and ate some yummy pizza and baked ziti! We were all tired and finally fell asleep. Looking forward to our NYC adventure ...
... in and out... doing drugs... I guess they think no one will bother them in a place like this..." That sounds a bit odd. "So do many people come and listen to you?" she asks "People around here are nervous about strangers--with all the things going on." "Actually, I'm surprised at how many people I've met along this trip--and many people driving past wave at my. Folks seem friendly" She finishes with a performance tip "you should sing louder... so people can hear you" ...
... middle--an industrial civilization that hasn't really moved forward, but hasn't suffered major decay either. I guess the poor land management is what bothered me the most. When land is a very limited resource as it is here, it's especially troubling to see commercial and urban sprawl--in an area where the population is actually shrinking! ...Anyways... I'm glad I came here and fully experienced this valley. Now I'm ready to move ...
... at our campground before 6. Makes for a much more pleasant evening than dragging in, tired and hungry sometime after 9 and after dark. Today's feature was the Strasburg Railroad and the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, which is also in Strasburg. We took lots of pictures of the steam engines. We didn't take the 45-minute train ride, but took pictures of it leaving ...
... a large house with multiple entrances marked "Eagle Hotel, established 1793". Perhaps this was a stopping point for folks crossing the mountain. My plan is to cross the mountain to explore the "real" Appalachia a bit. But not quite yet: I want to add one more post-visit: Roxbury, just 6 kilometers to the northwest, following the base of the mountain. It's quite a nice walk, with the ...