A New Beginning Bed And Breakfast
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Today was our last day in NYC, We went out for brekky (I got to pick) and had a last look around before catching 2 hour train to Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It was very humid when we departed the train station. We jumped in a taxi and drove to our hotel; Hawthorn. It had free cookies! Yum ;) We checked in ...
... hotel to dry off a bit after our rainy day before heading over to What If for dinner. This restaurant is in the basement of the Howard Johnson’s. We shared the Calamari and Keith had Linguine with White Clam Sauce and I had Pappardelle Bolognese. We enjoyed it, but had no room for dessert.
The Lodge was having fireworks for the 4th, but it was at 10:30 and we were just too tired to go. We just relaxed in our ...
... just arrived in New Jersey 2 days before. On our 20th (Alaska), 25th (The Med) and 30th (French Polynesia), we were on cruises. This year we chose Hersey.
We were going to go the weekend after our anniversary, but upon discovering that we both had Friday, July 3 off and the price wasn't any more, we decided to go before rather than after. We chose the Hersey Lodge over the Hotel because it was cheaper, although still expensive. ...
... there was only one president ever from what was until the 1950s the second most populous U.S. state. Buchanan was the only unmarried president, so his niece Harriet served as first lady while he was in office. It’s been speculated that Buchanan may have been the first gay president, but I was a little shy about asking the guide about Buchanan’s sexuality on the house tour.
Buchanan is regarded as one of the poorest ...
... how chocolate is made. The pay off at the end is a free sample..whoo hoo! A quick stroll around the gift shop and we hit the road. We drove to Nazareth to visit a guitar factory. Another free guided tour. This was the Martin Guitar factory and the tours are always fully subscribed. Its first come first seved basis and timed so we had to wait for an hour for the next availble scheduled tour. That was ok as we wondered around ...