Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Bethlehem
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2 hour flight to Philadelphia + 20 min train ride to center city + 2 hour wait/lunch + 1.5 hour bus ride later... I am at Lehigh University!!! It is a gorgeous campus with a lot of hills and concrete steps. The midday heat rivaled that of Atlanta. I managed to get checked in, shower and nap before going to an all staff dinner! It's a much bigger camp with 14-15 staff members and 120 students! Seems like a diverse, nice mix of people. I am ...
We are heading to destination 1....Cleveland Ohio, to see our dear friend Mindy!! Our kids' challenge is to form the 2 letter state abbreviations for each state we visit...some will be harder than others... Had a blast eating, drinking and playing at Dave and busters with Mindy and Jeff! Amber won a huge prize on wheel of ...
... went out for dinner with his team. Matt had to work on Thursday so I went and explored Bethlehem a bit. It had been snowing a lot and was really slippery and chilly. Luckily I bought my snow boots! I’m still not used to most shops not opening till 11am or later and wandered around the streets for a while. I would have assumed that because there are skiing slopes nearby everything would be open, but many of the shops were shut for winter. Unfortunately many of the ...
Like many people who write travel blogs, I often visit places. (People who write travel blogs but never leave their home are called "eccentrics" or “deviants” or even, to quote from my last blog “*****”. I am not that sort of blogger.)
I have carefully studied the descriptions and photographs of places most often visited, and found they fall into the following major categories:
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I will not be writing new blogs until October when Rick and I move to Washington D.C. where Rick begins training for the foreign service, in a 5 week long course/class called A100. Until our move to DC we simply do not have much to blog about. We cannot even blog about all the packing and preparing to move to D.C. because even that won't be a big event. ...