Americas Best Value Inn Harrisburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wood coming from Belize and lighting fixtures that weigh 4 tons.
The capital is worth visiting and if in the area stop by and take a look.
We are staying put until after Labor day when we move on to Shenandoah River State Park. We have visited several flea markets and have REALLY enjoyed all the Amish baked goods!
Life is good!!
... dessert but people were buying all kinds of Hershey Chocolate!
It was a fun DAY!!
I am looking forward to Thursday night as I am going to play pickleball in the largest indoor sports complex in North America, Spook Nook Sport. It will be the first time playing in over 50 days. Can't wait!!
It was a short drive to Harrisburg, PA. We are staying at the Harrisburg East Campground until after Labor Day. Going to relax and have some fun visiting the Amish area, Hershey and Harrisburg the capital of Pennyslvania.
On our first day of traveling around the area we went to a very large flea market called Roots. Well it as big as the Daytona Flea market but this one has lots and lots of homemade goodies. ...
... architecture, even adopting the fez red hat. It still seems quite strange to me. What relation is there between a secretive white man's power club and Morocco? I don't get it. All the same, I'm doing a videoclip here, strumming in front of the mosque that's not a mosque (so no one can be offended) I continue on down 3rd street through more nice neighborhoods. But then I cross a street and, boom, shabby neighborhood. Not too bad actually--just a couple abandoned houses ...
... so we take turns singing songs that seem to fit with the moment. There are a couple of houses clustered together by the road. "Do you think this was a village once upon a time, with it's own little store and feeling of community?" I ask "Notice how close the houses are to the road." Jonathan notes. "If they were just farmhouses, they wouldn't be so close to the road. So, yes, I think there was a feel of community here" Oakville won't count as a "town", but we take a ...