Pottsville Motor Inn
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... The car was there (via NJ) and cleaned and ready to go. Someone comes and sits with you and goes over all the features in the car, instruments and how to work or change. Now if I remember. All I wanted to know how to work was the Bluetooth and hooking up phone to use my music.
Got back to the motorhome grabbed the food, stopped by for homemade bread and back to Janet's for the last visit for this ...
... I had finally made it to the unofficial halfway point. I treated myself to a night in a hostel and some pizza. On the AT the trail only goes through about 5 miles of West Virginia, so I made it into Maryland in no time. To everyone's relief the trail in Maryland flattened out quite a bit so I was able to push a lot of miles. Next thing I know I am crossing the Mason Dixon line into Pennsylvania. My second or third day in Pennsylvania I hit the 2015 halfway point. I was extremely ...
This corporation has 7 campgrounds across the country and we had stayed at 4 of them already so wanted to check this one out too. Once everything opens for summer, it would be great park for kids.
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... food really quite edible and bags arrived unscathed. Can't ask much more than that!
Arrived at Casa Calma Hotel at 6am. Avery small boutique hotel that is enviromentaly friendly. Easy to spot in the street as the whole hotel is covered with a hanging garden!
... pulled pork, brisket, coleslaw and corn bread. If you ever go to Pottsville, you must, must, stop at Ruby's. Then on to Yuengling's where they had a sneaker room - - no sandals in the brew house. The tour was fun, but the beer was so-so, that is if you like the heavier brews being made during the current micro-brewery craze. Otherwise, it was about the same as most domestic beers from major breweries. Interestingly enough, it ...