Ramada Conference Center Altoona

Address: Rte 220 & Plank Rd exit, Altoona, Pennsylvania, 16601, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rte 220 & Plank Rd exit, Altoona, is near Lakemont Park and Holiday Bowl.
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Travel Blogs from Altoona

1866 The Shabbiest Town Hall

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 10, 2014

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4 hrs, 6.1 kms Day totals: 17 hrs, 31.1 kms Actual date: May 28, 2015 I continue on south, up over a ridge and through the forest, to another much smaller valley. which consists of some farmland and open meadows... and a big trailer park in the middle. I wonder how the farmers here felt, seeing this new "neighborhood" suddenly pop up in their peaceful valley... Further up ahead a section of the valley floor has been turned ...

1865 A Much Nicer Town Center

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 10, 2014

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... with them against the British in the Revolutionary War. I take a stroll down Main Street, then back up the adjacet street where, as I expected, what looks like a castle is actually an old prison... To the south of Hollidaysburg there are some big boulders rising from the mountain where you can get a good view up Logan' Valley. However, I'm getting tight on time, so I think I'm going to have to skip climbing up ...

1864 The Oldest Gas Station in the World

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 10, 2014

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... There a couple little mini plaza-parks (with no people in them)... a couple of nice murals... a farmers market (with maybe 4 vendors). Still, it feels more like a symbolic effort more than anything.

I head across the tracks to see what more I discover. There's a railroad museum... but I balk at the 10$ entrance feel. I continue on south to where the city meets the woods--and things abruptly change. Beautiful homes along shady boulevards. Everything ...

1863 A Chat with a Stump Carver

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 09, 2014

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... how's the economy here in this area?" "It's a retirement area, really.... there are some jobs. A factory nearby is hiring 6 or 7 people... and there's some work at expanding the Del Grosso amusement park..." One thing there doesn't seem to be much at all here is agriculture. I've seen some grassy meadows that might be used to feed animals, but nothing more. I reach Bellwood, my next "official" town ...

1862 The Mansions of Tyrone

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Sep 09, 2014

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... to have developed into a fairly significant industrial hub of its own--so I'm looking forward to discovering it and adding it to my hike. It's also the first significant Pennsyvania "civilization" that I'm discovering for the first time in a long while. One minute I'm walking through the narrow, isolated Little Juniata Gorge... the next minute I find myself in downtown Tyrone, my first town in Logan Valley. And I like this town right away. It's got a ...