The Frogtown Inn & 6 Acres Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... days and days: Delaware Water Gap. It's right on the border of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and I could not wait to be done with the state. So I once again had a town day. I might have considered pushing on into New Jersey that day, but for one, my feet were still sore from the boot debacle and I wanted to let them heal a little more, and for another, there was supposed to be a lot of rain that night, and boy, was there. I ate dinner at a pizza place with a couple ...
... 1 was the Backyard Ale House. Nope, we didn't want to have lunch in what looked for all accounts like a dive bar. Option #2 was a place called Carl Van Luger's. I guess we should have known by the white table clothes what we were getting into but the lunch menu looked reasonable. And, the food was good and it wasn't too expensive. IT JUST TOOK FOREVER!! An hour and 45 minutes later, we FINALLY were on our way to ...
... as you quickly pass by potential stops like the Catskills and Woodstock - so much to see but the road is calling. Finally, 7 1/2 hours after leaving Burlington, we arrived in Scranton, the 6th largest city in Pennsylvania. Home tonight will be the downtown Hilton Hotel whose hotel lobby contains one, Starbucks! Scranton was once called "The Electric City" because of some 1880 electric lights installed in ...
... love Lancaster and spent some time there about 8 years ago. On the way, we crossed over the Susquehanna River and passed the home of Turkey Hill Ice Cream. We arrived in downtown Lancaster which is where you find art, museums, restaurants/cafes, theatres and shops. It is a perfect blend of old and new, historic and contemporary, traditional and progressive. It really reminded me a bit of downtown Portland, Me.
We took a 20 minute ride ...
... found a new home with nephew Mark. Peggy had a hard time wanting to take down decorations off of the mantle and box them up, give them to charity or move them to the trailer, but after some prodding from Denise & Deirdre the packing continued. Somewhere in Sparta theres a storage facility that will make Santa feel very much at home.
After a trial run of sleeping in the new quarters out in the driveway for a few weeks, it was time to hit the road.