Rodeway Inn Shippensburg
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to keep looking in case I find something cheaper. I enjoy a pleasant evening stroll around the town before crossing the river where I find a nice cheap hotel--plus a carryout food joint (common here in Portugal) where you can buy a ready made meal of salad, chicken, rice etc to take home with you for just a couple euros.
Tomorrow I'll explore this town properly.
Next morning go up the the roof of the hotel to enjoy ...
... lost in Modern America: a close sense of community, strong work ethic... the ability to be self sufficient... making our own clothes and tools... growing and preserving our own food... children who always obey and respect their parents... I also admire families who opt to live a traditional lifestyle--as long as its THEIR CHOICE. If people are only doing it because they're threatened with shunning or hellfire if they choose otherwise... well I must say I feel more pity ...
... War and the Iraq Wars. During this time America limited itself to smale scale operations like Grenada and Panama... and humanitarian missions like in Somalia and Haiti. I suddenly feel a nostalgia for that time in our history... the time of my childhood and youth when, after our Vietnam debacle, Americans simply lost interest in doing full scale invasions and occupations. Wish that era had lasted a lot longer... I head outside, where there's a mile long ...
... very ugly streets with metal hardware shops etc that look like they were built in 2 days. There is a little Middle Eastern store run by an Egyptian guy that looks interesting--but it's not very well stocked... I'd never visited the Mechanicsburg Museum, so I guess I'd better do it now. It's basically a one room old railway station, honoring the importance that the Cumberland railway played in the development of ...
... Catholicism changes in each culture. In some places the theme is patiently enduring suffering... in others it's about fun and social activities... here it's more about quiet contemplation.
So after enjoying the view of the vast plains to the south, I continue on my way.
The Shrine of Anne Seton
I'm not usually very interested in learning about the backgrounds of the many saints, but Anne Seton, the first American saint to be canonized actually ...