Red Carpet Inn Duncannon / Harrisburg
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People kept telling us to visit the Capital Building. It opened in 1906 and President Roosevelt stated it was " the handsomest Capital I have ever seen." It really is a beautiful building and you get to take a guided tour if you like. We took the tour to find out more about the history of the building and it really was worth it.
The rotunda is 272 ...
... dessert but people were buying all kinds of Hershey Chocolate!
It was a fun DAY!!
I am looking forward to Thursday night as I am going to play pickleball in the largest indoor sports complex in North America, Spook Nook Sport. It will be the first time playing in over 50 days. Can't wait!!
... bring their baked goods and they look wonderful. You can see by the picture posted that we couldn't control ourselves. It was a fun way to spend the morning!!
We decided to drive over to Intercourse, PA. Yes that is the name of the town. It is a tourist town and you really don't get to see the way the Amish really live. We took several drives off the main roads and got see the Amish farms and even the ...
... transportation corridor, with an isolated small town feel in contrast with, say, Chambersburg, Carlisle, Hagerstown. Since then things have changed. There are a couple large warehouses plopped by themselves in the middle of the farmland near Newville. So there are now jobs here, which could lead to sprawl. But for now, Newville still has that small town feel. We stop at a diner, just to soak in the vibe... and then bid each other farewell. It was great to hike with company ...
... to the original series. (The only one I caught was a shot of Cesar playing with a toy Statue of Liberty, and if you don't get that reference, then you can go see the original Planet of the Apes from 1968.) There are also great graphics of chimps swarming over the Golden Gate bridge and fabulous scenic views of the Bay Area in spectacular weather that hardly ever actually occurs there. (Oh, and a very good joke in which the apes hide in the fog high up ...