Red Roof Inn Danville, PA
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... don't just hand over your credit card to the the wait staff to swipe. Instead, you are brought a small machine called a dongle which you use to swipe your credit card yourself. You personally punch in the tip amount before approving the transaction. Then the machine prints a receipt for you and for the merchant. The Canadian credit cards have an imbedded microchip which contains personal information; this system is more difficult ...
... plant in 1938 and started producing Beefaroni and other Boyardee products. It is still in operation today. We also enjoyed eating at the Fence Drive-In restaurant twice, very good fish sandwiches and fried chicken!!
Tomorrow we move about 70 miles down the road to the capital of Pennyslvania, Harrisburg. We will be staying thru Labor Day. We hope to to visit Gettysburg, Hershey and Lancaster.
... in the camper and have breakfast in the morning. Then set out to analyze what we need to organize the space better. Right now, everything is n the camper, but good luck finding any of it. We just spent 20 minutes looking for a book that is key to the trip and we were both SURE we had brought, but we're beginning to doubt ourselves. Found it eventually, and now I feel much better. Until I can't ...
... become a citizen. I'll keep searching the record. And he didn't mind fudging the truth on other official forms either. His marriage license to Agnes Frances Lee says she was 18, but I have her birth certificate which shows she was not yet 16. No parental permission therefore needed. I heard growing up that Papa's wife was out jumping rope when he came home from work. Now I know why - she was 15. By the way, my mother was born about ...
... Kris brought from Pittsburgh, went downhill as the truck had a dead battery. Kris jumped us, we drove to get gas, and then it was dead again. I'm currently writing from a NAPA store about 20 miles from the state park watching Abe and the NAPA guy put in a new battery. For some reason, it doesn't seem ...