Harvest Moon Bed and Breakfast

311 East Main St, New Holland, Pennsylvania, 17557, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 311 East Main St, New Holland, is near Kitchen Kettle Village, Lapp Valley Farm, and The People's Place Quilt Museum.
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    Great spot

    A travel blog entry by rudd on Jul 20, 2014

    6 photos

    ... Children are not baptised until they are old enough to decide whether the Amish way is for them, usually between the ages of 19 & 22. Once they are baptised and have committed to the faith, then they have to follow the strict Amish rules. If they decide not to become Amish, they are shunned from the family and Community. Once married, men grow a beard and never have it cut, so it can grow very ...

    Day 21/22: Philadelphia & Lancaster, PA

    A travel blog entry by blakekelsey on Jul 01, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... the Liberty Bell and walked around Independence Hall. We had some colonial brews and an appetizer at the famous City Tavern, a historic meeting place for our founding fathers. The beer recipes are actually very close to the originals created by George Washington, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and Alexander Hamilton. Blake couldn’t stop in Philadelphia without a philly cheesesteak so with a little research we made it to the famous ...

    The other railroad town in Pennsylvania!

    A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler on Jun 20, 2014

    8 photos

    ... side. You can see their big wood-frame roller coaster from the road, but we never did see any cars go on it, so the weather must have hampered the operation a little.

    On Friday, we traveled to Adamstown, which is near Reading. Adamstown promotes itself as the antique capital of Pennsylvania, so we had to go there. We found about 12 antique malls, but were only able to make about 7 of them. Still, it ended up being a ...

    Pochan/Morling-Tandon-Petka/Huang reunion

    A travel blog entry by aztandons on Jun 20, 2014

    9 photos

    ... morning while the rest of us enjoyed some homemade pancakes.
    Wendy (patent lawyer) and Elbert (IBM) drove in from nearby New York area on Saturday and we all hung out catching up on work and family.
    Sunday, after meeting with Anu Magal (Shalabh's high school friend who lived in the area), the 3 families had a picnic in the park and played a fun kickball game. Great weekend meeting friends and ...

    Last days in Lancaster

    A travel blog entry by usa-2014-wieske on Apr 12, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... where we enjoyed homemade icecream from the milk from their own cows! How fresh can you get?! Yummmm! We could walk around, see the cows, milking shed etc. just delightful! People come from all around for the fresh milk. You can even do 'drive thru' and we saw an Amish lady in her horse and buggy buy their milk this way! Driving on many back roads that meander through the Amish farmland was ...