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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Day Two of the trip but Day One w/ air conditioning! Thank you, Butch!, the best damn RV mechanic we've ever known. Travelled through VA, West-By-God VA, Maryland and into PA. Stopped for night at an RV park in Jonestown, (near Hershey). Decided to have one EOV for each state we passed through. Working on that right now. Hope there's enough wine. Rig runs beautifully but goes through diesel fuel like a drunken sailor. Getting less than 8 mpg now, but I guess when you factor in ...
... out chocolate, weigh Kisses and pack a box.
We managed to spend 2 hours in there. It was still raining when we were done and it was lunch time, so we drove back over to where the Lodge is located to try a pizza place across the street that is highly rated at Trip Advisor. We should have realized it might not be open since it was Independence Day, but we just didn’t think of it. It wasn’t open. We decided to go ...
... and grill is right across the street from Hershey Park and very close to Zoo America. We sat outside on the porch because it was such a beautiful day. Keith had the buffalo chicken wrap (hot-spicy, not temperature) and I had a side salad and Maryland Crab Soup. It was a bit spicy, but I managed to eat it all. We shared an order of onion rings. The food was good and the staff friendly.
After lunch we headed over to the Hershey ...
... It was a little ironic to pull away from the station with about half our train empty while hundreds of people still stood on the platform in line to board the next Thomas train. Oh, well.
When we were finished with the train ride, we walked across the highway to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, a state run operation that started in the early 70's. An amazing museum. At first my thought was since I had been to ...
... 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 ...