My favorite location for the annual eight-day retreat is St. Vincent Archabbey in Latrobe, PA. St. Vincent is the first house of Benedictine monks in the U.S. It was established through the efforts of Boniface Wimmer, OSB who brought Benedictinism to Pennsylvania more tha 150 years ago. I've been there twice and hope to return some time in the coming autumn. One side benefit of making a retreat at St. Vincent is that it is only a three hour drive east to Penn State where I spend the "ninth day" of the retreat walking on campus and visiting "ghosts."
The first is the chapel in the seminary. Eucharistic adoration happens here every morning between 5 and 6 prior to the first offices in the Abbey Church.
The next is the pulpit in the Abbey Church with the paschal candle visible in the background.