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... hours of shopping at the Camping World Superstore (Kent loved it), then Costco, liquor store and groceries. It is verrryy difficult to find a liquor store in Pennsylvania probably becuz they have the strictest liquor regulations in all of the USA. Expenses: Campsite Freeport, Maine 2 nites : $80.00 Campsite 3 nites Plymouth $120.00 Campsite Clinton, CT 1 nite $42.00 Campsite 3 nites Jonestown, PA $132.00 Gas Car $80.00 Gas RV: $110. Gas RV: $100. Tolls ...
The next day we woke up refreshed and happy. It was a nice day outside so we opened our windows wide and started to drive through the countryside. Pennsylvania really is beautiful and it was a nice change of scenery from all the cityscapes and box stores in New Jersey. We drove past Reading which I thought was familiar until I realized it's the Reading Railroad from Monopoly that I recognized. We drove down to Lancaster which is the center of Dutch Country ...
... the sandwich and still have a piece of the chocolate pie
called Blackout cake, so she placed most of her sandwich in a take away box for
later. All of it was totally delicious. We then went into Hershey World for the
free tour. Next door is the large Hershey amusement park with rides and
all things chocolate. We entered and took a Disney type ride through the
"tour" which had singing cows, animated machines that ...
What was meant to be a short drive of 4 -5 hours all of a sudden morphed into 7 to 8. An hour wait to cross the border didn't help, along with a detour to visit one of Frank Lloyd - Wright's house which was huge and stunning as well as getting knotted up in one way and dead end streets in Buffalo. 2 hours ticked over and we were on the road to Amish country. We travelled along small roads, over ...
... It was a little ironic to pull away from the station with about half our train empty while hundreds of people still stood on the platform in line to board the next Thomas train. Oh, well.
When we were finished with the train ride, we walked across the highway to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, a state run operation that started in the early 70's. An amazing museum. At first my thought was since I had been to ...