Knights Inn Palmyra/Hershey
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... all of our buddies so sad to see us go. and now i am home and i am getting lots of messages from them saying, Tiffany are you home? i miss you already. memories forever, never forgotten.. How could i ever forget such sweet Thai buddies.
But i know that i am super happy to be home and in my new house..
Thanks everyone who followed me on the crazy first journey out of the country, as soon as i have my pictures developed i will be sure to show everyone.
It was Jordan and Rachel’s first time flying today. The flights on United left Harrisburg at 8
with a layover in Washington Dulles and arriving in Orlando at 12:30am. It was a late night but the kids LOVED flying
including Rachel who had several complete ...
... Begun in th 1830s, the Cuberland Valley Railroad connected all the main cities along the Cumberland Valley from Harrisburg to Hagerstown, paving the way for the economic devolopment of this region that continues to this day. And with that, my post-visit of Mechanicsburg is over. One of the less inspiring post-visits I've had lately, but still important to come back and remember 2007... a very important year in my ...
... tables there are some books and a coat, so I figure I might have company. Sure enough, grandmother and granddaughter come here for reading, in spite of the cold and had gone home to grab something.
The lady seems eager to chat, so I ask "How do you like living in Shiremanstown?"
"I love it!" she responds, to my suprise... I glance over at some ugly industrial buildings not far away. "Theres hardly any crime here"
"You don't think crime from Harrisburg ...
... Vice Presidents’ of the railroad, and so with 1 president and 23 vice presidents they bought the railway. They found it hard to make the freight traffic pay and eventually decided to try a tourist train. That was so successful the little diesel could not handle the traffic and so they bought a cheap steam engine. So the story goes on. They are now a successful tourist attraction running an intensive passenger service. They still also pull freight into town and they now also ...