Erie, PA Major attractions
i made this video for my class project and got some really good reviews about it. it's basically contain the major places to visit in Erie, PA and also shows the peoples and the whole description of Erie. Most of the images are taken by me and some of the images are from some other valid source.
Bellefonte Ride Around Town
Nice comfy town in Pa. I love it there!
Pennsylvania Bed & Breakfast- The Queen B&B Bellefonte Pa.
The Queen -Bed & Breakfast in Bellefonte Pennsylvania - near Penn State University
The Queen - an eloquent Bed & Breakfast in Bellfonte Pennsylvania. Conveniently located near State College & Penn State University The Queen - an eloquent Bed & Breakfast in Bellfonte Pennsylvania. Our outstanding accomodations make The Queen the perfect Bed & Breakfast weekend getaway!
Enjoy an evening of Victorian pastimes. Relax by the fireplace in the foyer surrounded by a collection of Santas. Common areas for guests include a Victorian parlour with working victrola, player piano and steroptic viewer. Sit on the front porch and listen to the quiet while sipping a mint tea and watch the neighbors enjoy caring for their beautiful homes. Walk to the historic commercial district and purchase that unique gift or enjoy fine dining in a charming Victorian village.
Indulge in a gourmet breakfast served in the large dining room with antique glassware and linens. Weather permitting, breakfast is served on the patio where you can also enjoy a small waterfall and perennial garden.
Stay in Annie's Room, the original master bedroom with turret and stained glass overlooking the rooftops of it's neighbors. Relax in a Victorian slipper tub in the privacy of your own room. Browse through new hunting and fishing books as well as collectibles while relaxing in front of the fire in the Governor's Suite. Enjoy a formal breakfast in the elegant dining room or, weather permitting relax on the patio while enjoying the music of a waterfall. The Maid's Quarter's offers total privacy for an extended stay in your own apartment with full kitchen, bath and laundry. Just bring your suitcase, everything else can be provided if you wish. Need more space? Share your accommodations with friends and family in the three bedroom Guest House with full kitchen, living room and your own front porch.
As an added convenience for our guests, take the CATA bus line, State College and Penn State campus sites from a step right outside our front door and leave the parking and driving to someone else.
Central air, wireless internet, champagne bucket and glasses, microwave, small refrigerator, CD player, hair dryer, iron, ironing board wireless TV, massage, flowers and candy are available. Smoking is restricted to the front porch and patio areas. (Note: A two night minimum stay may be required on event weekends.)
The original master bedroom suite. Decorated as if Anne, the original owner just left. Victorian ladies clothes and accessories are throughout the room. Relax by the fireplace on a snowy night or soak in a bubblebath in the slipper tub in this romantic, feminine room. Luxurious bath products included.
Maximum Occupancy: 2.
The Governor's Suite
A two-room suite. The turret provides a perfect place for a sitting area and fireplace. The adjacent sleeping area includes a queen bed and a day bed. Decorated with hunting and fishing collectibles. In-room bath with shower. Maximum Occupancy: 3.
Queen bed, fireplace, sitting area, oversized shower with massage jets. Decorated with an attic theme of vintage toys, though not really the attic. Very private and quiet. Maximum Occupancy: 2.
The Maid's Quarters
A spacious apartment with large bedroom, bath with laundry, full kitchen and dining room with windows on three sides overlooking the perrenial gardens. Sleeper sofa great for kids or to share the costs with another couple. There is also room for a child with a sleeping bag or a portable crib (you provide). Maximum Occupancy: 4
Featured in Country Victorian Magazine, America's Most Charming Towns and Villages, Inn Spots and other publications.
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10 Real Haunted Ghost Towns to See in America!
Want to visit a REAL ghost town? Spooky abandoned post-apocalyptic villages aren’t just the stuff of movies - there are plenty right here in America, and some are said to be haunted!
1. Bodie, California
This National Historic Landmark is a perfectly preserved example of the late nineteenth century gold mining towns of California. Rumor has it, any visitor who tries to sneak off with an artifact from this ghost town will be cursed with bad luck!
2. St. Elmo, Colorado
St. Elmo was a lively mining center with a booming population of 2000 until the local railroad closed down. Apparently, the ghost of former resident Annabelle Stark keeps watch over the town.
3. Centralia, Pennsylvania
Centralia is home to 10 stubborn people who refuse to move and was the main inspiration for the horror movie Silent Hill. A mine fire which has been burning under the town since 1962 has caused most residents to leave over the years.
4. Bannack, Montana
With a thriving population of 10,000 it was nicknamed the New Eldorado by the hopeful prospectors. It also once had an outlaw gang leader as its sheriff. Each July, there’s a re-enactment festival celebrating the town’s former glory.
5. Cahawba, Alabama
Cahawba was once the capital of Alabama but today is an archeological park open to visitors. You can wander around and view the many abandoned streets and ruins of this formerly important governmental center.
6. Rhyolite, Nevada
First established as a mining camp near Death Valley in 1905, Rhyolite saw its peak during the American gold rush. It’s a great testament of the boom and bust cycle of this era.
7. Terlingua, Texas
Once a district of mining villages, today a ghost town, reduced to several closed mines and many abandoned industrial facilities, businesses and homes. However there’s still a working saloon for those seeking the authentic Old West experience.
8. Oatman, Arizona
Located in the Black Mountains it became famous when 10 million dollars worth of gold was discovered in the area. Wild burros now roam the streets and gunfights are staged on the weekends.
9. Glenrio, Texas
Formerly known as Rock Island it was a railway town which fell into disuse when Interstate 40 bypassed the community in 1973. Visit the Phillips 66 Service Station and other once-busy buildings that are now ghosts of their former glory.
10. Kennecott, Alaska
One of the most remote ghost towns in America, is an old copper mining town. Virtually abandoned since the Depression in the 1930’s, it now has guided tours allowing visitors to explore the abandoned buildings frozen in time…
What’s the spookiest place you’ve visited? Comment below!
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The Glynn House Inn
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The Glynn House is located in the heart of New Hampshire's Lakes and Mountains. The property includes a Main Inn building and an adjacent Carriage House. The Inn is located on a quiet residential street - a restful retreat from the rush of modern life. It's also perfectly situated for those who want to take advantage of the wealth of recreation opportunities that abound throughout the area.