SpringHill Suites State College
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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I booked my flights to New Zealand today! WOW Due to the late timing though, I had to book my flights out of Washington DC. The challenge is getting there and back. Plus, I have to get on another flight to the South Island as soon as I land in Auckland. I still have one more leg to book...from South Island to north island before July 1st go live. It's been a crazy day trying ...
... and apartments and the other is open area. The football field looked HUGE but maybe because we were right next to it but all the sports complexes are in one area…socker field, arena, enclosed swimming pool.
We then headed southeast to a small town called Boalsburg which says it is the birthplace of Memorial Day. It seems in 1864 three town women decorated the graves of Civil War soldiers and they did it every year. It was founded by the ...
Today we knew that we would lose one hour driving into the Eastern Daylight Savings Time Zone, so got up early and left by 7:15! We drove across IN and noticed that even though the land was fairly flat, there are lots of rolling hills. Here, the farmers used lots of ...
... valley, a pretty standard middle class town with a shabby little Main Street and a grid of quiet residential streets. Beyond, the valley feels surprisingly underdeveloped--at least on the road I'm taking, with a lot of land that looks like it might have been developed for a while and then let gone wild... Finally, as dusk sets in, I reach the edge of the main city, Altoona... and I decide to call it a ...
... somehow. But beneath the surface things are not all perfect. Turns out Tyrone has been steadily losing population since the 1920s. I notice at Burger King that out of 7 employees, 6 of them (men and women) look like they're in their 30s or 40s. I'm guessing that that tells something about the shortage of decent job opportunities in this area. Still, I'd say Tyrone has managed to keep its dignity through nearly a century of decline. So, thumbs up for this ...