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Stayed in the Why Motor Lodge in Duncansville, PA. This is an old-fashioned motor lodge--real keys for the door instead of "sometimes they work" key cards. Very clean, free wifi (though my portable wifi through my phone account was A LOT faster!), comfortable bed, nice staff. No breakfast. If you don't expect much, you won't be disappointed, and the price was definitely right. I'd stay there again.
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... parks) it felt so unnatural waking up in a GIANT hotel with so many people. So, it was kind of a good break. But as we were running through the floors shoving our wands into paintings and books I thought, "Huh. We're on a road trip?" For dinner we had dads requested Arby's. Basically the rest of the day, like yesterday, was driving. We're still 3 and a half hours from home so we'll get back to our beloved puppy around 11ish. Hopefully. ...
... a gold mining dredge and a ghost town that were at the end of five miles of dirt road. And it is comfortable enough to cover a lot of mileage with ease. It would have been nice to have cruise control for those long straight stretches in middle America. Now my right forearm is significantly larger than my left forearm. Oh, and the bike operated flawlessly and carried “big yellow” with no problems.
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... absolute blast. Most of 19 and 50 were fun but construct interrupted the dance several times.
Stopped at a cool diner for a couple of coney dogs on 50 and decided it was time to get home. So I pushed on after lunch and pulled into the driveway around 5:30 after logging 350 miles for the day.
Routes: 33 E / 19 N / 50 E / 219 N / 220 N (becomes 99 N)
... and get a great view of the trains that go by. Trains go by about every 20 minutes.
The Museum was very fun and informative. It was mainly inside and it showed how the trains ran. From the wheels to the controls. It talked about the different positions and people it takes to run a train. They also showed video and newspaper clippings of accidents that shaped the railroads history.