The Inn at Turkey Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... around 175 degrees.
Outside of the pictures I've taken, there doesn't appear to be much left of Centralia. All of the abandoned homes have been demolished, the paved streets are slowly being taken over by undergrowth. Unfortunately the most prominent thing you'll see is trash and litter from inconsiderate visitors.
Great first night of our trip. Went into Ogunquit at night after dinner for a dessert treat and walked on the beach. Beautiful full moon followed by a good nights sleep for everyone. Abe frightened the kids by suggesting that the guy at the booth at the front of the campground maintained the quiet hours with a ...
... larger than Pitt but has ¼ the students! Good academics, good culture but was way too rural and remote for Zachary. It's off his list but he was glad that he visited. Afterwards we headed to Allentown and had dinner with Poppop, Scott and Kathi Jo at the new Paddock which has been completely redone into a sports bar with TV screens everywhere and a totally new menu - absent the Paddock pizza. It's now named Hops at the ...
... was so surprised and sooooo HAPPY!!!! i was screaming in happiness. and shock. Loaded up my luggage got rachels stuff out of my suitcase helped shannon find rachels shoes and we were off to Herndon! my mom kept asking me what i wanted to eat but honestly all i wanted was to get home! i said about panera but they did not have a drive through and i did not want to go in, so dan and mom got arbys and i got nothing and then i decided i could eat a bagel with strawberry cream cheese ...
... often in Atlantic Canada and we noticed that no-one (except us) wore raincoats - they just wore their everyday clothes and didn't hurry to avoid getting put of the rain - guess they're used to it.....
We saw very few signs of poverty, even in big cities. There appears to be more of a middle class in Canada, although there certainly are some wealthy Canadians - we drove by many huge estates on our travels.