Howard Johnson

Address: 2101 Montour Church Road, Oakdale, Pennsylvania, 15071, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2101 Montour Church Road, Oakdale.
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Travel Blogs from Oakdale

Another Goodbye >>>

A travel blog entry by champa on Sep 14, 2015

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... Bodali, in India. They are in the small town of Beaver Falls near Pittsburgh. Excited about the prospect of seeing them again.

Our departure from Germantown was on a very wet morning and unfortunately things did not improve on the way north. The scenery was looking good but would have been even better were it not for the driving rain that lashed at us most of the day.
I keep reminding myself, this is travelling not always a holiday.



A travel blog entry by tom.a15 on Aug 27, 2015

Today was again a pretty good start with a bit of a sleep in. Today we had planned to go to beaver falls, another place where my dad grew up, and see more houses there and spend the day in that town. When we got to beaver falls it seemed like a town with many units and it was like out of a TV show were every knows everyone. But it was a ...


A travel blog entry by tom.a15 on Aug 26, 2015

Today we got a fair sleep in because we didn't have to do much traveling today as all we did was walk around the city of where my dad grew up as a kid, and spent a bit of coin on some souvenirs. It started off with a buffet breakfast, the buffet was pretty small to be honest. There was only a few cereals, a few types of toast and then ...

The Heartland and why it matters

A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Oct 08, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... Most go to see the major cities and the national parks all of which are impressive and admirable. Few ever wander unsupervised into the wilderness of crops that mark out the heartland. This is a shame, for any chance at a real understanding of this complex and difficult country must come to terms with this vast tract of land and its millions of highly productive inhabitants.

Finally, we did reach our far horizon and the plains petered out. We loped into ...

A week with the Downey's

A travel blog entry by shealy on Sep 30, 2013

5 photos

... spool film, only digital now). The film was called The Family, it's average, however I would recommend a drive in to anyone who has the chance. Friday: Went to the Carnegie Science Center, pretended to be a weightless astronaut (sounds cool but the harness was incredibly painful digging into my thighs), explored an decommissioned naval submarine (I don't understand why anyone wants to work on those things, but pretty cool nonetheless), saw seahorses in ...