Ramada Inn & Conference Center State College
Travel Blogs from State College
We took a ride with about 30 other bikes to the Flight 93 Memorial site and went by Horseshoe Curve before returning to the motel.
The memorial is is phase I and is supposed to be ready for dedication Sept 11 this year. It is under construction at this time and not much to see but inside the temporary museum was pictures and information on …
... I walked out to the buttes at the Badlands (the spires of rock away from the paths) and hiked 3 and a half miles through a hot canyon. We did an aerial adventure park where my heart pounded and my heart thumped because my safety was in my hands and we walked across a thin wire for 70 feet that scared me half to death. Also, I made in through the night at the Bed and ...
... parks) it felt so unnatural waking up in a GIANT hotel with so many people. So, it was kind of a good break. But as we were running through the floors shoving our wands into paintings and books I thought, "Huh. We're on a road trip?" For dinner we had dads requested Arby's. Basically the rest of the day, like yesterday, was driving. We're still 3 and a half hours from home so we'll get back to our beloved puppy around 11ish. Hopefully. ...
... Nelson on a Saturday night and stayed at a hotel right in the middle of town. After checking in, we were entertained by the high school graduate parade and associated pageantry. It was the first parade that wasn’t interrupted by rain in twenty some years and we witnessed it. The town was alive and we decided that we needed to take it all in and stayed a second night. Met some fun people in the patio bar overlooking the Kootenay, had a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services