Osceola Mill House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 313 Osceola Mill Road, Gordonville, Pennsylvania, 17529-9713, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 313 Osceola Mill Road, Gordonville, is near The Strasburg Rail Road, Kitchen Kettle Village, Cherry Crest Adventure Farm, and National Christmas Center.
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      Rough night, goodbye NJ

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 27, 2014

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      ... needed to be fixed asap! I think Chris and I definitely like open spaces and quiet nights so we headed to a campsite in Pennsylvania. We drove through Newark which took forever and I think Chris got every red light possible. Our 3.5hour drive became a 5hour drive because of all the traffic. We stopped at a farmers Market to stock up on veggies but overall we just drove. I think Chris was so ...

      Strasburg Railroad and Pennsylvania RR museum

      A travel blog entry by photokent on Oct 16, 2014

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      Strasburg Railroad is adjacent to the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum. We stopped by today en route to Gettysburg where we road the tourist train, and saw some cool equipment. Just a few shots but I did get this video of the steam engine as it came down the track to couple up with the passenger cars.


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      Pumpkins and Corn

      A travel blog entry by the_lintons on Oct 14, 2014

      8 photos

      ... along broad river valleys. The countryside featured acres of corn or forests of autumn shades. We eventually arrived, just in time for a bite of tea and a swim.
      We explored the area around Lancaster which is made up of lots of farm land and little villages, as well as covered bridges. Saw several Amish families going about their daily business, many of the businesses are owned and run by ...

      Clip, clopping, covered bridges & quilts

      A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Sep 28, 2013

      55 photos

      ... take the smaller roads so that we could enjoy the countryside.  Many pictures were taken of horse and buggy teams, scooters and Amish people, and yes we found 2 covered bridges (our map is neither to scale nor very detailed).   Tonight was Dorothy's birthday surprise event. Richard and Susan treated her and Ralph to Broadway Then and Now a musical put on by the American Theatre Company. It was non stop music from all of the popular musicals through time. A great way to finish our ...

      Lancaster County, the home of good food.

      A travel blog entry by pyoots on Jun 06, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... shaven prior to marriage, while married men are required to let their beards grow. Mustaches are forbidden. Amish women typically wear solid-color dresses with long sleeves and a full skirt, covered with a cape and an apron. They never cut their hair, and wear it in a braid or bun on the back of the head concealed with a small white cap or black bonnet. Clothing is fastened with straight pins or snaps, stockings are black cotton and shoes are also black. Amish women are ...