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... for. The streets were clean and the gardens well tended.
Wilmington's Market Street was quite attractive and there were a number of buildings related to Du Pont. We stopped at a shopping centre and bought cheese to add some variety to our rolls for lunch - today will be ham,tomato and cheese!
Decided to head for the Lancaster region. The Lancaster Pike goes through a residential area with greenery along the sides. It was a very pleasant drive along Route 41 ...
... br> Washington was a very nice, clean city.......a nice change of pace from NYC. We have our hire car and for the next 5 days we will just follow our nose which is lots of fun,
More Amish photos to come
... was one of the several recent additions to the system that include vestiges of past urban industrial heritage pushed more by local politicians as tourism economic development than by preservationists or environmentalists. The reality is somewhat different. Hopewell Furnace is the site of a smelter from before the Revolutionary War through the latter part of the nineteenth century, a small industrial village built around making ...
Waking up in Carriage Corner B & B was wonderful. We have lovely rooms and freshly made coffee awaited in the upstairs kitchen. A hearty breakfast was served at 8.30 where we met some more fellow travelers. It it great to hear their stories and find out some tips about the area. This is one of the best parts of staying in a B & B. After washing, we set off for the day. First stop a local quilt shop. here we saw lots of beautiful handmade quilts. the dolls had no faces as ...
... amp; buggy, we enjoyed observing the Amish-Mennonite lifestyle, pristine farms, and work ethic. Then on to Strasburg, PA for a 45 minute train ride and a stroll through the Pennsylvania Train Museum highlighting mostly the Penn Central Railroad and history.
The first sizeable group of Amish arrived in America around 1730 and settled near Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, as a result of William Penn's 'holy experiment' in religious tolerance. Today, the ...