Holiday Inn Express Harrisburg East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hours of shopping at the Camping World Superstore (Kent loved it), then Costco, liquor store and groceries. It is verrryy difficult to find a liquor store in Pennsylvania probably becuz they have the strictest liquor regulations in all of the USA. Expenses: Campsite Freeport, Maine 2 nites : $80.00 Campsite 3 nites Plymouth $120.00 Campsite Clinton, CT 1 nite $42.00 Campsite 3 nites Jonestown, PA $132.00 Gas Car $80.00 Gas RV: $110. Gas RV: $100. Tolls ...
... We had got some free chocolate and didn’t want to spend any more money so, with a little difficulty, managed to leave without buying anything. There was some amazing chocolate options including hugeeeeeee Reeses PB cups and everyone knows how those tug at my tummy strings! After leaving Hershey we drove to the nearest town Harrisburg hoping to do a little interneting. As we were crossing the bridge that seperates the town Chris noticed that the car ...
... the whole place smelled like propane when he was done and we left with the
windows down. We were glad the rain had stopped.
We arrived in Hershey PA and stopped at a diner called Cocoa
Diner. Get it. Cocoa. We were hoping to get a Philly Cheesesteak since we
were close to Philadelphia. We were rewarded with a large yummy sandwich
with a side of chunky homemade tomato sauce, and crispy fries. Sheree
... cows had docked tails but not all so I hope the docking the tails of dairy cows is not a regular practice.
The farmers are getting their feed supplies ready for the winter and we saw many bales and rolls stacked up. We were in Amish country and saw a farmer cutting his crop using a horse to pull the hay mower. Passed a number of Amish people in their horse drawn buggies. It looks as though the women may use closed buggies while the men drive in open ones. Their farm houses ...
... as the grandiose exterior I may have missed one of the better state capitol buildings in the country.
I wandered around the historic old center of town for a while and visited the Pennsylvania State Museum, which is next to the capitol and was open on Saturday. Although Harrisburg has some nice old row house neighborhoods, there’s also plenty of urban blight with abandoned houses with boarded up windows not far ...