Adamstown Inns & Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... When you go to this store you have watch where you walk as a lot of Amish shop and work at the store (horse and buggies walking around). Then to the beer store....In PA you have beer stores for only beer and State approved stores for wine and liquor. Our last stop was the grocery store and at this point we HAD to go back to motorhome....the mini was full!! When we got back to the motorhome we notice the parking lot at the Auction house next door was full. ...
... We saw a bunch of Amish people in Tennessee and Luke kept calling the men "gnomes". So he was super happy. We walked through the barn area and they even had some pretty peacocks. The kids were probably most excited about the Amish candy we got :) Onward to Washington DC! Made it...dinner with an old friend and the kids are fast asleep before 8! A record by a landslide this ...
... kept digging into the half gallon of frozen dairy before me. The lady then approaches me and asks me if I had any experience bar tending. I told her I had bartended for 2 summers in college. Her eyes lit up and she asked if I'd like to make some money, to which of course I said yes. She grabbed me up, ice cream in hand, and has me follow her to the mansion up the road. Come to find out, the bartender that was hired for the wedding got into a wreck on the way there and wasn't going to ...
... Arcadia out in the rural area off of route 17. I am excited to explore the area. First time traveling with the dogs this far and first time in a camper for them. Have plans for checking out the state and national parks in the area, staying on the well traveled trails as I am not wanting to come upon any snakes or gators too soon. Trying to anticipate how to ...
... market and craft shops (plus more buggies). We bought a Shoofly Pie to take home for Tudor and Meg. After that we went in search of the covered bridges and back up to the main road again. One more rainy stop off at Intercourse (doesn't matter how many times you hear the name, it's still funny) where we spent far too long in one shop sampling all their relishes and jams. Today Dean and I walked around to The Mill at Anselma. Just a half hour ...