Holiday Inn Morgantown / PA Turnpike
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... spotting. They were friendly and did not mind being photographed, although a friendly wave, which should be reciprocated, before taking snaps, is recommended. We had lunch in a lively place in the centre of town, where they sold all kinds of sweet fare. I had a sandwich, some soup and a drink, and we then walked around town some more. There are some beautiful houses; some of which are from the ...
... Mennonites and Amish. Not cheap and not very authentic. Had chicken and corn soup for lunch. Was $3:99 but then they add tax. Was good. After a look around it was time to head to Washington, Maryland. Straight to Omni Shoreham the hotel. I am not going on tonight's excursion for dinner and to look at Washington DC. Hotel is far from the city so will just go far a walk ...
... their home/farms on this glorious 26oC day. Once married women stay and work in the home and on the farm. Men, once they are married grow a beard. We were told of their protocols to marriage, dress, and traditions, and had a tour through an example of a traditional Amish family house and furnishings, clothes, etc all guided by a local expert.
There are no churches, but all go to church on Sundays – rotating to one another’s ...
... 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 ...
... to the history of our nation.
note is that the nearby Brandywine Creek battlefield is not a
national park. Nor is it a state park. We lost that battle. There is
also not a national battlefield on Staten Island. Perhaps it is human
nature to not celebrate your losses. To the victor belongs the
spoils, as they say. And the parks, evidently.
This is my second
trip to Valley Forge. Both times have been on business trips. It is