Residence Inn Allentown Bethlehem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Thursday was Thanksgiving and by now, the snow had ended. The roads were cleared so in the morning, Sandy and I headed to Peace Valley for a walk around Lake Galena. We parked at the Peace Valley Nature Center and started walking the hike/bike path around the lake. It was a chilly morning, but the sky was clear and ...
... for an hour or so in the snow. It was coming down pretty good, but the temperature was above freezing so the snow was very wet and heavy. In an hour or so, I was pretty wet and cold and ready to go back indoors. I got some pictures of birds in the backyard on the feeders and we shoveled the driveway for her aunt and uncle. In the evening, we went to see Hunger ...
... was along the trail through a break in the trees. Scrambling down to the base would be rather tricky and we didn’t have a lot of time, so I didn’t try anything crazy. We did head upstream a bit for a better view of Factory Falls, which was a pretty cool waterfall. Then we continued downstream to see Deer Leap Falls, the last one in the area. At this one, the water flows through a narrow chute, crashing down on a rock at the ...
... too much to do as it was in a Disney Resort and coupled with lots of art projects and an upcoming holiday it wasn’t really worth the cost of the flight.
On Saturday we had date night and headed to “Fatty 'Cue” in the West Village. We’re always trying new places that pop up on the must-eat-at lists! It was really good, and some of the best Asian we’ve had yet in NY. We got to the movies early to buy tickets to “The Grand ...
... arrived in 1878, the same year that a new courthouse was erected.
1897 saw the first of several trolley lines connecting Doylestown with Willow
Grove, Newtown and Easton beginning operation. A private sewer system and
treatment plant was authorized in 1903. The Borough took over and
expanded sewer service ...