Adamstown Inns & Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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Then we went to an antique store and the railway museum, which is impressive. We had an hr at the latter, and marvelled in witnessing all kinds of magnificent locomotives. In some cases, it is is possible to board them. We also saw a steam engine in action. Then we had an ice cream and saw some Amish youngsters playing games, though the men played football together, and the ...
... and village shop on site. Quilts are very expensive but well worth the cost since mostly hand sewn. They do use sewing machines these days, just convert them to run off air compressor or keep in work place where they can have electricity. Next for lunch we went to the Kettle Kitchen Village in Intercourse. This was a very commercial place that was businesses owned ...
This is my kind of world. Hershey's Chocolate World is a delicious place. The tour is adorable (we did it twice) and it smells amazing. Sure all the products are overpriced but it is a very cool place to go! It was our last Hurrah on this crazy adventure. Chocolate World is a huge store with a bunch of different activities. I am actually glad we took the kids swimming and ate a huge lunch before going. It would be easy to just eat until we burst of we hadn't done that. They have ...
Today we drove from the western area of Pennsylvania east to Hershey to meet up with Grandmama and Grandpapa and spend the next two days at Hershey Park and Hershey's Chocolate World (Yum!). This is our last big Hurrah before we head home on Saturday We got to the Hershey area, checked into the Hershey Campground and set up our camp. Then we headed to meet up with Tony and Dottie and we surprised them as they were coming off the elevator! So so so exciting to see a bit of home ...
... manure on their fields as fertilizer.
Amish farms also have many animals you rarely see in rural America anymore. In addition to the horses that pull their buggies they have lots of mules and draft horses to pull their farm equipment. Draft horses like Belgians and Percherons are the hunks of the equine world, massive and stately. I managed to get myself zapped as I got too close to an electric fence while taking a picture of a few magnificent ...