Days Inn Harrisburg North
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- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Our driver and friend, Bill Krouse, picked us up at home and drove us to Dulles Airport in Virginia. We left home about 2:30 pm and arrived at Dulles Airport at about 5:00 pm. The traffic wasn't too bad. We ate dinner at Old Dominion Brewing Company in the airport. The next stop is ...
So, I figured, only being a couple hours from home, I would push on so I could save some money and not have another night on the road (yes, I know, a road trip with only one night spent in a motel is not really a road trip).
It was a great, quick, trip. The mountains of northern Pennsylvania were on the verge of ...
Today I get on a plane to head to a country I've never been to before (I'll be able to start all these travel things like that haha) Tim and Sadie came to get me, and we are headed off to the airport. I feel excited honestly! I love flying! We attempted to get on the flight to Philly that leaves before ours! Oops! Haha I'm really excited to be about to get on a plane! Should be boarding ...
... away from a street of beautiful mansion is a street of Stage 4 urban decay.
Here are Nathan Phillips's 4 stages of urban decay, all observed here in Harrisburg:
Stage one: neighborhoods that used to be nice start getting run down... crime is up... people stop maintaining their houses (as across the bridge from the capitol on State Street.)
Stage 2: Some houses are abandoned. (as observed around Derry Street) Middle class residents start to flee as ...
... br> And where is that? It's the ruins of a World War II battle site.
World War II?! This is Pennsylvania, not Transylvania, right? How is that possible?
Yes, it's true. But it was a different sort of battle fought here. It was a battle of the mind. This is where German and Japanese prisoners were brought to be "questioned" at this secretive POW camp.
"Just asking them a few questions..." Tim says sardonically.
Little is left of the ...