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Travel Blogs from Mount Joy
... a Strawberry Margarita. Gabrielle had the same steak as Marie with sweet potato and applesauce, the girls had steak bites, Chey with fries and Mackenzie with applesauce. The Margaritas were HUGE - literally couldn't pick them up. The staff come and sang to anyone who is celebrating a birthday - we heard 5 including Cheyenne. $90 all up.
We took a longish way one buying gas, looking for a mag for Dixie and taking Mackenzie home. Got home about 9.30.
... two rivaling spots. I parked and let him walk around to check out both places (Geno’s and Pat’s, see pics below) before making a final decision on Pat’s which looked more local then touristy like Geno’s. Your choices when ordering are "wit onion or wit-out" and “wit provolone or cheese whiz”. Blake went wit onion and wit cheese whiz and devoured it before we even made it back on the highway! We made it ...
... boys, women next and girls last. Women sew all clothing for the family except some underwear and work in the home an average of 15 hours a day! I don't think I want to convert. Also stopped at Kettle Kitchen in the town called Intercourse and browsed the markets there. It was music day and their 60th anniversary. Saw a few Amish folk including a three piece band and many horse-drawn carriages in the ...
... It was a little ironic to pull away from the station with about half our train empty while hundreds of people still stood on the platform in line to board the next Thomas train. Oh, well.
When we were finished with the train ride, we walked across the highway to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, a state run operation that started in the early 70's. An amazing museum. At first my thought was since I had been to ...
... is an Honors Program professor at the Univ. of New Mexico, wrote articles on traveling Route 66 as a newspaper columnist and was a tv weatherman for CBS. He was born and raised in Wilkes Barre but left home and drove Route 66 to Albuquerque in 1962 and never came back. We were up at 5am to drive to Philly so we are tired and off to bed. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting