Holiday Inn Express Wilkes Barre East
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... or so from the parking lot! George weighs 30 lbs. This was NOT going to work. Unless, we could park the car in the FIRE LANE which was only about 50 feet from the sign. I don't know what the Park Ranger thought of George but he let us do it. I suspect he was thinking something like "Just give the crazy people what they want and they'll leave."
Then we parked on the street downtown and scouted for lunch. ...
Enjoyed a great opportunity to raft down the Lehigh River in the Pocono Mountains near Jim Thorpe, PA. This activity was made available to Veterans through the generosity of some businessmen. Near 100 veterans, ranging is age from 20-something to 70-something and from the Vietnam War to the Global War ...
... of oodles and oodles of food - Chinese, American, Italian huge trays of salads and fresh fruit, you name it - and they charged by the pound! The street vendors, hustlers drumming up tourists to do touristy things, cops on horses, people rushing here and there, it was, I don't know.......sensory overload. We also made it to the Bay Ridge neighborhood in Brooklyn for breakfast with a friend. First time in a diner that had what looked to be a full bar. What ...
Greetings from the Endless Mountains! We've been in Tunkhannock, PA for the past few weeks and are in LOVE with this quaint mountain town that the Susquehanna River runs through. We're here to celebrate the Memorial Day weekend with friends and also James will be participating in the first annual MAN GAMES. What are the MAN GAMES you ask? Well, our gracious host, Frank, wanted to create a weekend of competitive male bonding with ax throwing, archery, skeet shooting and the like ...
... as you quickly pass by potential stops like the Catskills and Woodstock - so much to see but the road is calling. Finally, 7 1/2 hours after leaving Burlington, we arrived in Scranton, the 6th largest city in Pennsylvania. Home tonight will be the downtown Hilton Hotel whose hotel lobby contains one, Starbucks! Scranton was once called "The Electric City" because of some 1880 electric lights installed in ...