Fine Travel and Great Dining Magazine presents:
“Staying the Night”
Traveling is fun, but at the same time producing its own set of pains. Many decisions have to be made and pre-planning helps to rid of any unwanted (usually costly) surprises. Lancaster County, PA is already a well known tourist destination because of its interesting history and Pennsylvania Dutch communities. Whether you plan on shopping or learning while visiting, if it will be more than a day, chances are you will be looking for a hotel room to rest after a day filled of exploration. There are many hotels to chose from ranging from inexpensive to very expensive- they will have whatever works for you. Being that there are many companies to chose from, here are two that carry great reviews and will make you spend a few extra minutes deciding which one works better for you.
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Strasburg Rail Road is a shortline railroad built to connect the town of Strasburg with a main line. Today, the original 4½-mile (7.2 km) line carries passengers on a 45-minute round-trip journey from Strasburg to Leaman Place Junction through nearly 2,000 acres in southeastern Lancaster County. The train includes the United States’ only operational wooden dining car on which visitors may dine while riding. Attractions at the station include the fully operational 15 in (381 mm) gauge Pint-Sized Pufferbelly (Cagney steam-powered ridable miniature railway) a vintage pump car and several c.1930s “cranky cars” along with several gift shops and a cafe. A percentage of each train ticket is contributed to the Lancaster Farmland Trust.
The railroad’s mechanical and car shops maintain and restore locomotives and rolling stock for the Strasburg Rail Road and a wide variety of public and private clients, including fellow steam railroads, train museums, attractions, and more. In 2016-17, the shops were enlarged by 12,000 square feet to accommodate demand for their services. Its freight department carries goods to and from the main line for local and regional clients.
Understanding Cell Towers using a 3D model
Typically a cell tower is located at the edge of one or more cells and covers multiple cells using directional antennas. A common geometry is to locate the cell site at the intersection of three adjacent cells, with three antennas at 120° angles each covering one cell. The type of antenna used for cellular base stations (vertical white rectangles in pictures), called a sector antenna, usually consists of a vertical collinear array of dipoles. It has a flat fan-shaped radiation pattern, which is tilted slightly down to cover the cell area without radiating at higher angles into further off cells which reuse the same frequencies. The elevation angle of the antenna must be carefully adjusted, so the beam covers the entire cell without radiating too far. In modern sector antennas beam tilt can usually be adjusted electronically, to avoid the necessity of a lineman climbing the tower to mechanically tilt the antenna when adjustment is needed. – Wikipedia