Equestrian Estates Horse Farm Bed and Breakfast
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... had showers and then wandered down the roads looking for restaurants to eat at for dinner. We ate at a brasserie 2 miles away, it was delicious and the waitress had a great sense of humour! XD We came home and jumped into bed and slept.. Ready to begin again the next day, I have to go! Later Gators! LJ ...
... and Keith had lamb burger on curried naan, amish feta, spiced olives, apricot harissa, fries. The food was really good, but Keith wasn’t impressed with the beer.
After lunch, we headed over the The Hershey Gardens. We parked in the self-parking of the Hotel Hershey because we wanted to go look at it. Beautiful. I really wish we had just paid the price and stayed there. Gorgeous grounds, a beautiful lounge ...
... for those venues as well a 2 Hershey bars. There is also a shuttle to take you to Hershey Park, if you want to use it to avoid the $15 parking fee at the Park. We were given a map and told how to find our room. We were given a King room in York Peppermint Patty (all wings are named for Hershey’s products.)
We followed her directions and went to our room. We had both an exterior and interior door. We discovered by ...
... the morning journey takes us to the Amish town of "Intercourse" (you cannot make this up) we arrive in Intercourse just before 11am which gives us two hours to explore Intercourse. We first walk around the shops and mistakenly point out the Pandora shop, $150 dollars and three yes three items later Julie is a happy bunny. Next we find a little cafe where I have my first hog dog and Julie has a chicken sandwich. 2 o'clock we re board ...
... our bell man to find just the right cab.
When we go to Penn station the real waiting began as we had left a goodly amount of time and our train was delayed. We were better off than the Boston trains which were simply cancelled.
The ride was quite pleasant looking out to the outskirts of New. York through a few towns and into Philadelphia. Dorothy and Ralph used this time to take a little nap. Philadelphia station was an unexpected delight as it was ...