Quality Inn Allentown
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a new one but it doesn't matter what trailer just nice to haul your stuff. I don't know how I would have packed for any of our long trips without it. Amazing how you can load it up. Of course we bought Harley shirts, souvenirs, etc... so it was packed when we got home. Again thank you to all who have followed us on our journey. We hope you enjoyed following the blog. It was an adventure you cannot forget but now it is time to get things done around home. ...
... s. They follow the Christian faith to the extreme, but also old fashioned, no cars, no equality - men are always right!
Education for everyone is only up to the 8th grade. All learn three languages, Pennsylvanian Dutch, German & English. They don't pay social security, have no health insurance, don't use doctors unless very serious; woman give birth to between 5 & 13 children at home, no ...
He hit the road right after grabbing a bite and filling up the gas. We have about a 4 to 5 hour drive ahead of us and I'm determined to do it in less. I am amazed at how beautiful the state of New York is. I think you always think of the city and forget about the state. We came through Geneva and Seneca valley on the way to Watkins glen. It overlooked Seneca lake and was lined with vineyard after vineyard all overlooking the lake at varying heights. It was very nice and extremely ...
... and then hiked another 1.5 miles to a quiet camping spot :) Laying here, trying to fall asleep, I have been thinking about my south bound trip, and about how my weight is going down.....while I have been eating to the point of overeating.....the weight is still dropping! It is frustrating to say the least. The thought that my own body could sabotage the South Bound portion,........ well really ****** me off! For now, I am going to try and put the weight back ...
... the first of which, The U.S. Mint. The Mint factory/museum was really informative in not only the coin making process but also the history of our country’s currency. I was surprised to find out that at one point there was drafts for a twenty dollar, large, coin. The museum itself took about an hour to walk through so not bad at all. We later ventured onto the cemetery where Benjamin Franklin was laid to rest as ...