Super 8 Danville
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... So my mom stopped. Then i crashed and layed over for awhile and finally we were HOME!
As soon as i got home i unpacked and got all my gifts out and shared with everyone.
Now that i am home it is a big culture shock into my own culture. The weather i think is affecting me the most, then the time, and lastly the food. Finally my own food that i can choose from. I thought i was picky before i left and now i know for sure that i am super picky. It was very sad ...
... gulp!) for diesel fuel, with Ontario being the least expensive. On the bright side, we didn't have to search around for the least expensive gas. We were very happy, though, when we arrived at the border town of Calais, Maine and diesel fuel was $3.79 a gallon!
Overall, prices are higher in Canada. Canadian HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) is 13% in Ontario and in the Atlantic provinces.
When using a credit card in ...
... old wooden roller coaster called the Twister. Lots of fun and only cost $2.50! The food is really good and this park has been rated as having the best food of all amusement parks. Also they have hundreds of picnic tables to use for free and lots of people were bringing in their food. Really a nice park and it was full of families having fun.
We also went to the town of Milton and saw the plant of Chef Boyardee. They ...
... earplugs. Sigh. We drove about 300 miles today, stopping for the night at Echo Valley Campground in Ravine, PA. Very pretty and quiet place, forty or so miles from Harrisburg. Tomorrow we're going to see the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania,in Strasburg. Might have some more interesting pictures tomorrow. When we get to the campground tomorrow, I WILL remember to ask for the pass code for the ...
... first wife, my grandmother, died in 1919 during the post-WW I flu epidemic, along with three children. Her name was Agnes Frances Lee and my mother was Frances Veronica Carlson. Dolores was the daughter of the second wife, Martha Ryder, a nurse who Papa Carlson had met in the early 1920s while my mother was in the hospital. I had spoken to Aunt Dolores a couple of months ago and she had sent me the family tree, with names and dates ...