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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Just arrived at HIA. Got expedited entry and didn't even have to take my shoes off. The place is a ghost town - as has often been the case when I fly out of HIA. Waiting to depart at 1:40. Now to catch up on some reading... Got an email from my mother while sitting here. Apparently the unusual cold spell the area we will be riding in (10 - 20 degrees below normal) has rebounded with ...
I thought I should post a day before update! I'm packing, getting ready to go! I'm nervous, but really excited! I can't wait to get on that plane tomorrow and begin this amazing summer adventure! I can't believe that I graduated one week ago! Every second I thank God for this amazing life he's given me, I pray I am able to share his love, grace, mercy, peace and (because you can't have too much of it) love! ...
... made my way into Pine Furnace State Park to partake in the "half gallon challenge". This a tradition among thru hikers and involves eating a half gallon of ice cream after hitting the halfway point. This is where things begin to get interesting... So I am no more than 5 bites into my half gallon of ice cream, when a lady in a nice dress comes running toward the store. I could tell she looked distressed but I had a half gallon of ice cream I needed to finish, so I kept my eye on the ...
... Street and 63rd, which means I have 50 more blocks to walk. It's mostly middle class house--and from the signs and shops it seems there's a sizeable Vietnamese community here.
And then I reach Paxtang--a suburb that is a borough, therefore, by my rules making it a separate town. Paxtang is the site of one of the oldest colonial settlements in Pennsylvania--although none of that is apparent today. Now it's ...
... told us there was a shuttle that returns everyone to the parking lot so I was very happy. We walked down the steps that ran beside a beautiful, little brook and reached the bottom where it joined the larger Cedar Creek. This is the river that carved out the natural bridge. The bridge itself is huge - taller than Niagara Falls. Thomas Jefferson once owned this land and George ...