Holiday Inn Morgantown / PA Turnpike
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... br> Washington was a very nice, clean city.......a nice change of pace from NYC. We have our hire car and for the next 5 days we will just follow our nose which is lots of fun,
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... was one of the several recent additions to the system that include vestiges of past urban industrial heritage pushed more by local politicians as tourism economic development than by preservationists or environmentalists. The reality is somewhat different. Hopewell Furnace is the site of a smelter from before the Revolutionary War through the latter part of the nineteenth century, a small industrial village built around making ...
... and tiny portions as in snootier gastronomic destinations. Those smorgasbords especially draw in the busloads of seniors – old folks love buffets!
I went to two such smorgasbords, Miller’s in Soudersburg and Shady Maple in Blue Ball. These aren’t just your standard dull American buffet restaurants but actually feature lots of unique Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine you won’t usually find elsewhere. Such as?
... there was only one president ever from what was until the 1950s the second most populous U.S. state. Buchanan was the only unmarried president, so his niece Harriet served as first lady while he was in office. It’s been speculated that Buchanan may have been the first gay president, but I was a little shy about asking the guide about Buchanan’s sexuality on the house tour.
Buchanan is regarded as one of the poorest ...
... name. Valley Forge is a beautiful mix of woods and fields with a number of monuments commemorating the army's encampment. However, it was not a battlefield itself, so you have to imagine soldiers training (and starving and getting sick and trying to survive) instead of armies battling it out. The area is luckily preserved by the National Park Service as a historical park. ...