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Old 04-19-2012, 06:52:51 PM
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Default Motel rooms near Coolspring in July.

Anybody have suggestions for clean and reasonably priced rooms near Coolspring in July.
They seem pretty pricey online, am I missing something?
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Try pahotels.com for an online look. We've stayed at the Super 8 in Clarion, a university town just up the Interstate a bit. Not a long drive into Coolspring at all....

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Default Re: Motel rooms near Coolspring in July.

Don't go south to punxsy or avoid that panatall if you do. Brookville has several places that are reasonable & also has Uzi's Pastrys on main street, makes a good breakfast. Rooms should be cheaper in July, since there is a harley group (ABATE) along with a street festival in Brookville on the same weekend as the June show.
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The Gold Eagle Inn is clean and reasonable, 814-849-7344
Super 8 in Brookville 814-849-8840
I live in Brookville so let me know if you need any help
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What's happening in July? Ron
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Default Re: Motel rooms near Coolspring in July.

I second Andrew's suggestion of staying in Clarion. It's 25 miles to the show grounds and the offerings are a little nicer than what is in Brookville.
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july 21 is history day at coolspring power museum. there will be 100 tickets sold at $10.00 each. you will be served a meal and there will be a free gift. also stuart is having a antique car and truck show on the grounds. a small crowd and free tours with guides and engines running. for ticket info, 814-849-2521 from 10 am to 4 pm. or 814-849-6883. come and have a fun day. i don't know how many tickets have been sold as of yet, so call right away.

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Thanks Rod for passing that along about History Day. Tickets are still available and anyone can call me at 814-952-1175 or e-mail at northeyjj@usachoice.net It will be a fun day for all.
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