Red Roof Inn Danville, PA
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was so surprised and sooooo HAPPY!!!! i was screaming in happiness. and shock. Loaded up my luggage got rachels stuff out of my suitcase helped shannon find rachels shoes and we were off to Herndon! my mom kept asking me what i wanted to eat but honestly all i wanted was to get home! i said about panera but they did not have a drive through and i did not want to go in, so dan and mom got arbys and i got nothing and then i decided i could eat a bagel with strawberry cream cheese ...
... we divided by 3.8 to figure the number of gallons consumed and multiplied by the same number to get the cost per gallon. Once we got it figured out, it was easy.
We didn't have to look for the least expensive gas, as it is often regulated by the province, so the prices are, for the most part, the same all over. Select provinces can regulate prices and Quebec and the Atlantic provinces do so. We paid anywhere from $5 gal to $5.26 ...
... Bucknell University a very prestigious Liberal Arts College. It is a very pretty campus but you have to have money to attend as tuition is almost $49,000 a year. The college is located in a very quaint town, Lewistown. We really liked the looks of this town.
Our driving included visiting America's Largest Free Admission Amusement Resort, Knoebels!
Parking is even free and you only pay for the rides you want to do. I rode ...
... 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 ...
... after the marriage.
From Dickson City and Aunt Dolores we headed to Stroudsmoor Country Inn in the Poconos for the night. The Inn is primarily used for weddings, with five separate venues available. They tell us they can host all five weddings at the same time, and no one will know another wedding is occurring. The aerial photo of the Inn is from their promo, but it's good.
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