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Old 08-29-2008, 08:15 PM
 
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My family will be visiting in Nov. Where can I bring them to? Is it too cold to do anything?

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Old 08-30-2008, 05:07 PM
 
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The key to doing anything outside in November-March is to dress in layers. The temps can go from 29 degrees to 48 degrees. If it's a nice day you could walk around in downtown Bethlehem, The Promenade shops, etc or maybe you would want to go to Philadelphia or NYC. Lots to do in the big cities and you wouldn't have to be outside so much. People don't really start to hibernate until after Christmas. November is a huge shopping month so most weekends are busy with people looking for Christmas gifts.

Bethlehem is really pretty at that time of year: Welcome to the Christmas City, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania! - www.ChristmasCity.org
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Old 09-06-2008, 11:03 AM
 
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You may love to go to the " Lights in the Parkway" a great night time display of lights that your car can drive through. www.allentownpa.org/lights
You may enjoy also the Christkindlmarkt on 25 W. Third Street in Bethlehem. Always a big hit with everyone.
If you have children with you there is the Da Vinci Science Center ( Allentown) or how about the Crayola Factory in downtown Easton. Good for a very cold day.......kids love both of those.
If your ready for a small ride out of town. Hershey is great! They also have a drive through called " Hershey Sweet Lights". At night the little Hershey village is all lit up the trees glow with white lights. There is shopping areas that you stroll through like a small, quaint village. Santa is nearby, and so are very, real, reindeer.......Tour the Hershey main building first, take a ride and see how candy was made. How Hershey chose that area many years ago........and where those chocolate beans come from! We love to head to Hershey at Christmas time.
I love the Promenade Shops also, and the movie theaters there are to be admired.
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