Pennsylvania Travel Stories Travel Articles

 
Mural Madness – Welland, Canada and York, USA
Mural Madness – Welland, Canada and York, USA Tony Porco compares the historical murals of York and Welland.
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The Western Pennsylvania Travel Guide – A Moment of Rock History – Western Pennsylvania
Are you a rock and roll groupie who has imagined w
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The Western Pennsylvania Travel Guide – Rock Falls Revival Park: Midsummer Music Festival – Western Pennsylvania
Zelda Wilbert attends a "good ole" gathering with
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Rock Falls Revival Park: Midsummer Music Festival – Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, USA
Rock Falls Revival Park: Midsummer Music Festival Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania In early August, my friends and I attended a gathering – a two day musical fest. It was a “good ole” gathering with plenty of food, booze, kids, dogs, and all the other requirements for a “hootenanny.” That was what our friend, Ron, called it […]
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A Year and a Day #4: Departure – New York & Pittsburgh, USA
Daniel takes his time adjusting to his new lifestyle. Leaving everything familiar behind to travel means adopting new values and appreciating things differently.
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Whiz Wit – Philadelphia, PA, USA
Whiz Wit – Philadelphia, PA, USA Erik R. Trinidad learns the lingo when ordering an
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It’s Almost Over: Skiing ‘n More at Penn’s Woods (1 of 2) – Poconos Mountains, Pennsylvania
It’s Almost Over: Skiing ‘n More at Penn’s Woods Poconos Mountains, Pennsylvania January 13-14, 2001 A three-day holiday weekend in the winter is a great excuse to go skiing. About 4 days before Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, I get a call from my cousin Glenn. A ski trip to Vermont is being planned for […]
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Four Wheels Spinning – Stories from the States #1: Full Tank – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Four Wheels Spinning – Stories from the States #1: Full Tank – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA A road trip across the US won out over more exotic trips for Jessica's post-graduation trip. On the way she's sure to find the things that are uniquely American, in ways both good and bad.
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