Holiday Inn York (Route 74 & US 30)
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... to the flight
regarding her dislike of flying. The
kids got their “wings” upon check in at Harrisburg and all went smoothly with
the flight including arriving early in Orlando!
It was a super late night and long day for everyone. Let the vacation ...
... a worse system going than America... about work ethic and the new generation... She's a lot more conservative than me in her viewpoints, but clearly a real thinker and knowledgeable about this region as well as the world. I feel honored to listen and learn from her a bit... Next it's time to head to one of my favorite Open Mikes: the Courthouse Commons right on the square which has some of the best performers--and most attentive listeners in the area... It's been a good ...
... that after seeing all of this history, there is no test!
Our hotel notified us that they would be turning off the power at 9:00 AM the next morning. Kind of interesting. They said that a piece of electrical equipment had to be replaced. For our trouble they gave us bottle of water and a glowstick..
Anyway, we went to the Amtrak station and picked up our car, a Chevy Cruz. Its not ...
... to my dark glasses; function, not style. It is so balmy -- approaching 70 degrees --that I stop and change my clothes to something that is more summer like. When we get off our bikes, I will be wearing a short-sleeve shirt.
We follow our noses toward Hershey, known as Chocolatetown, USA -- for reasons you can smell as you ride into town. On March 2, 1962, NBA player Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points for the Philadelphia Warriors in a game played ...
... 52,000 men were killed, wounded, captured, or otherwise lost (deserted) in the battle of Gettysburg. It was the bloodiest battle of the Civil War. We walked in the same places where Southern and Northern troops were deployed. We saw for our own eyes why the hill called Little Round Top was so important to hold (you can see the entire battlefield). The fact that Union soldiers were able to hold the hill probably accounted for their winning the ...