Rodeway Inn Lewisburg
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Said goodbye to South Korea and headed to the United States. The flight from Chiang Mai to South Korea was the worsts by far. The turbulence were awful and i was feeling quite sick could not wait to get off. Once off we had a 3hr lay over in South Korea. Then it was 13hrs to the United States, i tried not to sleep on first flight so that when i got on the long flight i could sleep. Took some dramamine and by the time i got on the airplane i was literally bobbing for apples but ...
... 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 ...
... Bucknell University a very prestigious Liberal Arts College. It is a very pretty campus but you have to have money to attend as tuition is almost $49,000 a year. The college is located in a very quaint town, Lewistown. We really liked the looks of this town.
Our driving included visiting America's Largest Free Admission Amusement Resort, Knoebels!
Parking is even free and you only pay for the rides you want to do. I rode ...
... Kris brought from Pittsburgh, went downhill as the truck had a dead battery. Kris jumped us, we drove to get gas, and then it was dead again. I'm currently writing from a NAPA store about 20 miles from the state park watching Abe and the NAPA guy put in a new battery. For some reason, it doesn't seem ...
... be a criteria for decision making in the future, too! The memorial was very minimalistic and beautiful in a stark sort of way. I'm glad we stopped. Excitement occurred once we actually got to Ohiopyle (lots of two lane, curvy, narrow roads finally leading to the park). Parking the camper on this first run was very, very difficult. At first pulling in, Abe got too close to the electrical hook up and I was standing in the rain directing (not ...