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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... truck towing a 5th wheeler came so we did a loop around to let him turn than went back to our spot to finish lunch.
We followed the rest of the trail to Lancaster where we started on another trail which took us to Lititz where we went to a chocolate factory and a pretzel factory. At the chocolate factory there were women covering small pretzels with chocolate, painting some chocolate shapes and packaging chocolates in boxes. The youngest worker appeared to be at least ...
... nice looking streets, something I saw none of in neater Lancaster. The city has apparently faced bankruptcy in recent years because of crushing debts related to a trash-to-energy incinerator that didn’t work out as planned and appears to be weak in terms of residential and commercial tax base to fund its operations. It’s unfortunate because with a bit of gentrification it seems like it could be a pretty nice ...
... bit more about my trip in the final blog tomorrow but Nick and Caroline called the trip "Incredible USA" - it certainly lived up to its name and more!
Our group all had a farewell dinner together (even 74 year old Graham who normally likes to grab a sandwich from subway was there). It is the first (and last) dinner we have had together. Nick did a little (quite long actually) speech and took the p*** out of us all but thanked us ...
People kept telling us to visit the Capital Building. It opened in 1906 and President Roosevelt stated it was " the handsomest Capital I have ever seen." It really is a beautiful building and you get to take a guided tour if you like. We took the tour to find out more about the history of the building and it really was worth it.
The rotunda is 272 ...
... to get their furniture and wares to market... Isn't that kind of cheating?
I'll get into that more later--in fact, I have an "Amish Region Superhike" in planning stages right now!
Further up ahead is a country store--and this one I find quite inspiring. Browsing through the goods, I check the labels and find--most of it was made by small businesses right here in this region! Canned pears from East Berlin... sausage from ...