TownePlace Suites by Marriott Harrisburg Hershey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... hours of shopping at the Camping World Superstore (Kent loved it), then Costco, liquor store and groceries. It is verrryy difficult to find a liquor store in Pennsylvania probably becuz they have the strictest liquor regulations in all of the USA. Expenses: Campsite Freeport, Maine 2 nites : $80.00 Campsite 3 nites Plymouth $120.00 Campsite Clinton, CT 1 nite $42.00 Campsite 3 nites Jonestown, PA $132.00 Gas Car $80.00 Gas RV: $110. Gas RV: $100. Tolls ...
... t accelerating. It was almost as though we were out of gas even though we had just filled up. We got across the bridge and pulled into a parking lot. The Westy was not really working properly so we found a garage that knows Westys and gave them a call. They were closing in 15 minutes but said they would wait for us to bring it over and see if it was a quick fix. We got the car working and started driving there. With about 1km left to drive the car ...
... until we reached
the campground. We checked in and found our spot. The place was
quite full with lots of big rigs from all over. The rain let up and we took a
walk to the front office to le them know which space we chose and explored the
resort. It's a really pretty park with a lake, boat dock, swimming pool,
big club house with a store, spa, mini golf and a bunch more. We spent the
night writing and watching TV.
... me two of their rolls without fillings.
Off on our travels and chose to go to Wilmington in Delaware as it was so close and it meant we had been to another state! Taking the minor roads,Tom took us through the industrial and less loved parts of the Pennsylvania on the way to Wilmington. However, it is all part of seeing the country. Coming into Wilmington, we drove through an area that was probably about 40 - 50 years old with little houses but they were all so neat and ...
... probably clash with the new residents.
So... is this the best "hope for urban America?" just wait a couple decades until an area decays completely, then build it back from scratch?
I continue pondering on this as I continue down the street. The more I walk, the more I wonder if this is really going to work. A couple block later, and there are quite few more houses, and it does have a rather sketchy feel to it--but a neighborly feel... here people know each ...