Red Carpet Inn & Suites - Hershey
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... in the dark we never investigated it until the next day. When we went to take the motorhome for a test drive and found out we couldn't retract the slide outs . Aaaghhh ...so. We found an RV place and bought some hydraulic oil and filled up and with fingers crossed tried again and Voila the slides went in. We breathed a sigh of relief. We are. Hoping that is the end of the issue. While camped at Jonestown, PA we went into Harrisburg (capital of PA) for ...
... again and as Chris was pulling to the side of the road, it died. We called CAA and luckily they were there in 15minutes. The Tow Truck drove us to the garage and got us all set up. The guy at the garage, Chris, was super nice for waiting for us to get there but there was nothing to be done that night. He told us we could stay at the garage in our Westy and even gave us electricity, access to the bathroom and their Wifi. It was super sweet of him and ...
... by our GPS lady with the speech impediment.
We made it to the Verrazano Bridge and paid the $15.00 toll
before it was even 7:00 am. We thought we would make great time today since the
distance to our next campground was only about 120 miles. After crossing
this bridge to Staten Island we were cruising along nicely. We crossed one more
bridge and arrived in the promised land of New Jersey (it is the Garden ...
... The quilts were extraordinary in range, size and quality.
We took a tour through the countryside looking for covered bridges, the kids asked why and we couldn't really answer why but to say that they were historical and from a romantic past, they were not really impressed. Nevertheless we found them and they were just that. Communities take great care with them and preserve them well, well worth ...
... trip through the Pennsylvanian Amish farmlands. It was fun to watch the Amish working, they seem to have shunned the car but have no problem with a whipper snipper or a chainsaw! We saw some horse ploughing in the fields, and a horse pulling a petrol powered slasher! One of the things we heard is that when a farm within eyeshot of the railway comes up for sale, the railroad and a local farming association/co-operative purchase the property to preserve the farmland in the face of ...