Adamstown Inns & Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... a handful went the six tastings. Good fun.
the Amish community has contributed considerably to the worlds information on genetic disease, they stop short of saying they inter marry, but is close. They are constantly studied and happy to be. Quite amazing. I love their philosophy of nothing to increase their slow pace, I may have to re think being French and become Amish, is such a slow steady pace in life, kids don't go to school after ...
... Stephanie and little Danica. Our next adventure was going up the CN Tower. We decided to try and get ahead of the rush hour traffic and head for our next destination - Niagara Falls. We spent Wednesday in Niagara. Chris and Clark went on the boat cruise (formerly the Maid of the Mist) and we went and had a short visit with Grandma Brown. We met up again around noon, drove down to the Rapids and did the walk down along side the ...
... where the shops provided lots of locally produced products, even managed to get in 3 quilt stores. For some reason we just found the whole country side very peaceful, it not often you get to watch children play baseball outside in the many one classroom schools we saw, to the many buggies you pass. Now on our 3 hour return train ride back to the big apple, just trying to sort out what many things still left to do in our last couple of days in NY. More photos to come ...
... located in Bird-in-Hand, PA. There we picked up some pastries – raspberry and cherry pie, gingerbread, and a sticky buns. They will be good for deserts for the next few nights.
We finished off the night at the Plain and Plenty restaurant in Lancaster. We enjoyed an all you can eat country style dinner. The food was real good. The Amish are real good cooks. Sounds like all we did was eat, ...
... but proving difficult to photograph. This one had me climbing up the embankment to be frustrated at the prospect of not ever getting high enough to see over the trees opposite!
And eventually the hills led back to flatter country where agriculture took over the colouring and shaping of the surroundings. Corn, of course, was the major crop, and it was strong and green as it grew.