Holiday Inn Uniontown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... and knew they had to make their move over rural land. The area where it crashed was a former strip coal site that had been leased to a salvage company and some of the employees were there when it happened. I was not aware that when they crashed the plane was upside down. This was a great place to spend Memorial Day. We stopped at Kooser State Park and had lunch and watched the people fish in the lake then we came back home to our deserted quiet section. ...
... and 1929, 1689 of them in the United States.) It has the Acadamy Award winning documentary movie, but that’s about all. The presentations weren’t as good and whole thing seemed disorganized, starting with the parking – signs that point to museum parking, but when you get there, no signs for the museum, just a lot of parking lots for permit holders only. The National Parks Monument had ...
... it was hot and muggy. When we went to bed, we opened the two windows and the roof vent in the bedroom, in an effort to get some cool air, and promptly fell asleep.
I had a dream (no, not like MLK; I only wish I could be like he was). My dream had me in a barn-like building with a lot of people partying. In my dream, it started to rain, and the barn leaked like a ...
... For instance in the kitchen the vent was at each end (balance) of the counter allowing the perfect place to warm plates. In one of the bathrooms, at the back of a long shelf towels that hung above were warmed. There was no air conditioning, the windows all opened front to back providing the best cross breezes in the heat of summer. A fan installed in the kitchen at the top of a wall was painted that beautiful red, to match the window frames and the doorknobs. ...
... to the door and we knew our keys to our rooms would be waiting inside.
We arrive in Pennsylvania finally, now seeing a lot of deer feeding on the fresh grass shoots just off the side of the road. They begin to look good, but alas we left our guns and cross bows behind. We are starving. The Inn is within reach, the code works and our keys are waiting. No one is around in this huge stone inn. Bedroom doors are open, lights are on ...