Cornwall Inn

Address: 50 Burd Coleman Rd, Cornwall, Pennsylvania, 17016, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 50 Burd Coleman Rd, Cornwall, is near Mount Hope Estate & Winery and Valarie Moyer's Dolls.
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    Travel Blogs from Cornwall

    Day Two

    A travel blog entry by davedolber on Jul 08, 2015

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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 ...

    Lancaster

    A travel blog entry by lj_in.the.usa on Jul 05, 2015

    1 comment

    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 ...

    The Candy Man

    A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Jul 04, 2015

    1 comment, 71 photos

    ... succeed, try, try again." The museum takes you from his failed attempts to start a candy company to his success with the Lancaster Caramel Company and then on to his creation of the Hershey bar and Hershey, Pennsylvania. You see how he believed that a happy worker is a productive worker with his policy of worker innovation and his building of a community that had recreational opportunities (an amusement park, zoo, and swimming ...

    Renewed Resolve

    A travel blog entry by jwatson on Jun 18, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... it wasn't too bad. There was a decently large climb out of the river valley, but it wasn't too rough. It was a cool atmosphere in the forest at night, only being able to see in cone maybe 20 yards ahead of me where my headlight shone, and I turned off my music for a bit to get the full "alone in the woods at night" vibe, but I was too close to the interstate and any natural ambiance was sadly drowned out by the sound of cars, so the music went back on. It sprinkled on and off but ...

    Post-visit: The Street Worshipper

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jul 05, 2014

    11 photos

    ... on park benches... Some people stand on street corners with their hands in the air...

    I continue on down the road to Steelton, past the aging mansions high up the steep slopes... wander up to the higher neighborhoods and back down the grand stairway built for the workers who lived up above and worked down at the massive steelworks plant.

    I was planning on doing another rant about "industrial slash and burn"--how in America we abandon our decaying ...