Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Allentown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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Bags are packed! Very early by our normal standards but then it is not every day that we set off to explore Argentina then set sail for the Antarctica. A rain, freezing rain, snow event has the potential to make our Tuesday departure from JFK interesting........
It seems completely unreal that I'll be boarding a plane in less than 24 hours to fly to the other side of the world. This is never at all what I expected my semester abroad to be like, but I think it'll be interesting experience. I have my worries just like anyone would and sometimes I wonder if I really made the right decision, to basically take a semester off from school (except for two online gen ed classes) and volunteer on the other side of the ...
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... an oil change. On the back to the campground we went through Allentown and Bethlehem. There are some nice parts of both towns but there seem to be a lot more not-so-good parts. Palmerton was a very nice town. There are a lot of coal mines up in this area. The rolling hills around Palmerton were just beautiful. This was our last campground before we headed to Delaware to stay for the ...
... more than some toast and a milkshake. After breakfast we hung out with my dad’s aunt Elna for a few hours then, my dad and I, decided to head into Philadelphia for the day.
Philadelphia was, like any other city, very busy and industrial. The first stop on the list was the Italian district that we failed, miserably, to locate. Soon after giving up on the little Italy we headed over to do ...