Red Carpet Inn Duncannon / Harrisburg
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... Chocolate! The entire town has been turned into a huge tourist attraction. In the summer it must be packed but right now the amusement park and many of the other attractions are closed so it was pretty quiet. The one place that was busy was Chocolate World where the store is along with a few tours. When we walked in an employee from Marketing asked us a few questions and then asked us to take part in a taste test. We of course obliged and ate some ...
... passenger car" and it worked.
We saw other vans like ours and there were even small school buses. No problem!
Fah get about it. When the coppers passed us a few minutes later without a
second look we knew we beat the system, just like the locals. Don't tell us
we're not from around heah. If we had only known that a few days earlier
we could have avoided the stress of roaming the hood in Flatbush, while ...
Harrisburg is Pennsylvania's capital city, so I figured I’d make a visit to the capitol building while in the center of the state. According to the capitol’s website there are tours conducted on weekends as well as during the week. However, I found no way to get into the capitol building on Saturday without a security badge, so I didn’t manage to get to see the interior. If the interior is anywhere near ...
... sounds; at least the head chimp (Cesar) was rather likeable, the bad guys got their comeuppance, and there was an (admittedly ham-fisted) attempt to raise "issues"--should we be messing with the brain? Is engineering people (or chimps) to be smarter a good idea? How do animals feel being caged up and held on leashes?--so there was at least a nod to content, and, if you are a Planet of the Apes aficionado (I am not), the movie was FULL of ...
I'm in Duncannon, PA and it's great to be here! Last night was a CRAZY t-storm. Rain was coming into the shelter practically, high winds, and big lightning bolts at the same time as the thunder, meaning the storm was on top of us! Being on the ridgeline, not the best of places... At least it was In a nice shelter though.
In the morning I was going to try to hike in to town (11mi) before ten o'clock, but because of the rain and obviously wet and dangerous rocks, I ...