King's Cottage Bed & Breakfast

Address: 1049 East King Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 17602, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1049 East King Street, Lancaster, is near Central Market, Clipper Magazine Stadium, Lancaster Malt Brewing Company, and Demuth Foundation.
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      Getting Down to the Wire

      A travel blog entry by dutchiesnowbird on Dec 28, 2014

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      ... needs of two senior dogs who have never done their business outside their own backyards ,even on frequent walks. These same two dogs have never been anywhere overnight except in the kennel owned by their groomer about 11 miles from home. Sincerely hoping that I will be pleasantly surprised with their reaction to traveling such a distance and so long a time ...

      Day 1 and day 2 - Flight from JFK to Mumbai

      A travel blog entry by ayushiyer on Dec 12, 2014

      5 comments, 2 photos

      12/12/14 - We are going to India today! Yay! I had to leave school early, so my dad picked me up at around noon. Then my family and I left for the airport. We were flying from JFK to Abu Dhabi first, then from Abu Dhabi to Mumbai. We reached JFK early and had tons of time to kill. So, we decided to have some fun. We took a ride in one of the automatic trains that ...

      Buggies and shoofly pie!

      A travel blog entry by emma-sandra on Aug 06, 2014

      19 photos

      ... here and in Ohio, after they were driven out of Germany and Switzerland in the early 1900s.

      Our evening was spent learning about the culture as a part of the 'Amish experience' and the first task on the way to the event was to try to spot the buggies out and about on the roads. Amish people are not allowed to own cars and they get about using horse and cart, otherwise known as a buggy. They can also use other forms of transport that are slower than ...

      The pretty hills of Pennsylvania

      A travel blog entry by ustrip2014 on Jun 22, 2014

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... 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.

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      Into Amish country

      A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Oct 01, 2013

      6 photos

      ... house and in a workroom at the bottom of the house there was a woman in costume. I said "hello Betsy Ross" and then she told us the story of how she had made the flag. Also showed how she made the stars on the flag and changed it from the six points that George Washington wanted. She even gave me the star that she made as a demonstration.

      So ..... I have a star made by Betsy Ross for George Washington!!!!

      It is quite ...