1825 Inn Bed and Breakfast
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Day Two of the trip but Day One w/ air conditioning! Thank you, Butch!, the best damn RV mechanic we've ever known. Travelled through VA, West-By-God VA, Maryland and into PA. Stopped for night at an RV park in Jonestown, (near Hershey). Decided to have one EOV for each state we passed through. Working on that right now. Hope there's enough wine. Rig runs beautifully but goes through diesel fuel like a drunken sailor. Getting less than 8 mpg now, but I guess when you factor in ...
... had showers and then wandered down the roads looking for restaurants to eat at for dinner. We ate at a brasserie 2 miles away, it was delicious and the waitress had a great sense of humour! XD We came home and jumped into bed and slept.. Ready to begin again the next day, I have to go! Later Gators! LJ ...
... did the tour when I was 8, we got a Hershey Bar. This time we got a small Kit Kat. I found the whole place to be a giant tourist trap. You can buy candy here, but it is all stuff you can buy at a local grocery store. There are T-shirts, sweatshirts etc if you want those, but you will have to be jostled by a lot of people. It was 4th of July, so maybe at some other time of year it would be more enjoyable.
We went back ...
... bad that missing some of it was a relief. NOBODY talks like these people talk to each other. For those of you who are fans, however, there is clearly going to be a 7; little scene tagged on the end sets it up already, so you don't have to hold your breath in anticipation.
I recommend the drive-in; the Angus Burger is good, one order of fries is enough for two people easily, and the folks are friendly.
... road though and we even passed some Amish folk out on their horse and cart. It is incredible to think that there are people living in this way just a couple of hours drive from places like DC and New York where people exist with somewhat different values and priorities. We also saw what we thought was a cycle tourer approaching, that is until he got closer and we realised it was in fact an Amish cyclist towing some boxes of fruit on a ...