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FC: Created by: Jessica Kozak Robin Waldorf Crystal Drew Kristen Phillips | Hot Spots in Pennsylvania!
1: Life brings simple pleasures to us every day. It is up to us to make them wonderful memories. CathyAllen
3: Phiadelphia is a must-see destination when traveling in Pennsylvania. With its rich history, vibrant night life, and cultural contributions, Philly is a definate hot-spot!
4: City Views
6: World famous Geno's where you will find the best cheese steak!
7: The Liberty Bell and the city's most famous resident, Benjamin Franklin.
8: While Pennsylvania cities are great, our national forests are also something to be proud of!
9: There are many places like this where you can get lost in the Allegheny National Forest. | THe | THE ALLEGHENY NATIONAL FOREST
10: The Allegheny National Forest is rich in resources and should be protected and preserved!
11: Serene and calm, Mead Run provides great enjoyment for campers and fishermen alike. | A scene along the beautiful Allegheny River.
12: Jakes Rocks - A great place to explore, hike, and climb among the awe inspiring glacial rocks! | JAKE'S ROCKS
13: Constructed as a flood control project, the Kinzua Dam created the state's largest inland lake and one of the nation's best flat water canoeing rivers. | KINZUA DAM
14: From rock climbing to cave exploring, snowmobiling to hunting, fishing to hiking, there are endless possibilities for fun and nature appreciation.
16: There are many options for staying here: cabin rentals, tenting, places to park your RV and there are hotels and bed and breakfast options as well!
17: The 12,000-acre Allegheny Reservoir rates as one of the best lakes in the country for big fish.
18: HERSHEY PENNSYLVANIA The Sweetest Place on Earth!
19: Shop for all your suveniors and at chocolate world! You can also take a ride and see how chocolate is made!
20: Surrounded by some of America’s most productive dairy farms, Milton S. Hershey opened the world’s first modern chocolate factory and built the “model town” for employees and their families so they have an attractive place to live, work, and play
21: Hershey Park today. The legacy of Milton Hershey lives on with lots of places to have fun!
22: Many things to see at the Giant Center. Here is PIAA State Final Wrestling Match.
23: The Giant Center is a great venue for many different events. High School State Sports events, concerts, proffessional hockey and much more. | The Giant Center is the new stadium that replaced the old hershey arena.
24: Hershey Bears are playing a hockey game at the Giant Center This is a great family event too attend while visiting Hershey! Many concerts are also performed at the Giant Center!
25: The Hershey Areana being built, opened in December 1936. | This Arena served 70 years of Entertainment FUN!
26: When Milton and Catherine Hershey built a school in 1909, they hoped it would provide children with the education and loving guidance needed to overcome economic and social hardship. What they never imagined, was the positive impact these children would have on communities all across the world.
27: There is a lot of history at Hershey, Pa. This is a great experience for peopleof all ages. Milton S. Hershey had a lot of wisdom, we caould all learn from his examples!
28: Pittsburgh The city of three rivers: Allegheny, Ohio, Monongahela
29: Pittsburgh has 723 bridges, more than any other city in the world except Venice, Italy!
31: The Cultural District of Pittsburgh is full of theaters and local art.
32: The Strip District is buzzing with outside markets, ethnic food stores, art studios, and antique dealers.
34: When visiting the "Steel Capital of the World" there are many other exciting things to do and see!
35: Learn at the Carnegie Science Center, watch polar bears play at the Pittsburgh Zoo, watch the Steelers play at Heinz field, ride world's best wooden coasters at Kennywood, kayak in one of the three rivers, gamble at the Rivers Casino, and much more!