Forum Director & Omnipotent Overlord
- Oct 9, 1999
"Historic heritage and culture; creative cuisine; and unique stays—these perfect PA towns have it all," says the website.
Doylestown, Pa. named the most beautiful town in Pennsylvania. I live in Plumsteadville, which abuts D-town, but I have a D-town mailing address (USPS motor route) so I take full credit for this "award."
In all seriousness, I feel fortunate to live where I do. It's steeped in American history and natural beauty. Suck it, Houston.
I can also vouch for Bethlehem, Jim Thorpe and New Hope, all of which make this list as well.
Many of you here may now be wondering what YOU can do to approximate my level of secondarily reflected wonderfulness. Don't even try. You can't.