We arrived on the last leg of the trip before heading on home Friday. We are here in beautiful Easton, Pennsylvania–like Oxford only way better :). It is rapidly becoming a ‘food destination’ according to our hotelier. We opted for the Grand Eastonian in downtown, right next to the Delaware River. Last evening after we returned from a 2 block jaunt to our dinner at the 3rd and Ferry Fish Market, I walked across the bridge to Phillipsburg, New Jersey, and back. I think this place just moved up to number 1 on my retirement destination list.
The Eastonian was renovated not long ago, and part of it is condo lofts and part hotel suites. We are on the 5th floor with a view of the river and 3 bridges. More on the hotel later!
We are about to head to Nazareth (the one in Pennsylvania 🙂 and Bethlehem (the one in Pennsylvania 🙂 for some New Deal research, and Rand will make a visit to Martin Guitar Factory before the big shindig tomorrow evening. It is a beautiful day again, with sunshine, clear blue skies, a breeze, and pleasant temperatures.