Ben Mar Farm Bed & Breakfast

5721 Old Philadelphia Pike, Gap, Pennsylvania, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 5721 Old Philadelphia Pike, Gap, is near Lapp Valley Farm.
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    Great spot

    A travel blog entry by rudd on Jul 20, 2014

    6 photos

    ... Children are not baptised until they are old enough to decide whether the Amish way is for them, usually between the ages of 19 & 22. Once they are baptised and have committed to the faith, then they have to follow the strict Amish rules. If they decide not to become Amish, they are shunned from the family and Community. Once married, men grow a beard and never have it cut, so it can grow very ...

    Pochan/Morling-Tandon-Petka/Huang reunion

    A travel blog entry by aztandons on Jun 20, 2014

    9 photos

    Our weekend at Beth and Darrin's - both profs at University of Delaware - was filled with outside activities. It is beautifully green everywhere! We took a walk along the creek (crossing PA, Delaware, and Maryland on the way), went cherry picking (Maryland), had a picnic and kickball game at a nearby park, and of course, the kids were in the backyard rest of the time. Max (eldest son), Beth, and Shalabh ran a ...

    Amish Country

    A travel blog entry by ashka_dane on Jun 07, 2014

    5 comments, 43 photos

    ... much respect for their belongings. Their properties are perfectly manicured, their children are dressed immaculately and their live stock healthy and stronge. Bike riding was the perfect way to see the Amish communities, and they are so friendly. It was also a great way to show respect for their culture. When biking the country roads we had Amish people wave and greet us, we passed woman working in the gardens, men ploughing the fields, children ...

    Lancaster County, PA -- Amish Country

    A travel blog entry by bushaw on Jun 12, 2013

    5 photos

    ... delicious. [Added later: When we had the shoo-fly pie in Cape May, it was very good -- not too sweet and a nice combination of pie texture (kind of like pecan pie filling without the pecans, but molasses flavored) below with a layer of spice cake texture and flavor above and covered with a thick finely-textured crumb topping. Mmmm. Mmmm.] After a few more photo stops, we proceeded on towards Kennett ...

    How to visit a museum

    A travel blog entry by pfra on Jul 05, 2012

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... Lisa”. As it happens, a few months ago, I found myself in front of the Mona Lisa. Well, almost in front, except for the two hundred or so Japanese tourists between me and it. (Her? She?) Did I high five them and savagely fling them out of the way as I rushed to photograph the most photographed icon on the planet? No. As you can see, I took a photograph of them taking photographs of it/her/she. That is sophisticated behavior in a museum. That is what I’m talking ...