The Parson's Place in Paradise a Christian Bed and Breakfast

Address: 37 Old Leacock Road, Paradise, Pennsylvania, 17562, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 37 Old Leacock Road, Paradise, is near The Strasburg Rail Road, Kitchen Kettle Village, Abe's Buggy Rides, and National Toy Train Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Paradise

Auf in die letzte Schlacht

A travel blog entry by fabiankathrin on Jul 28, 2015

1 comment, 21 photos

So. Auf dem Weg nach Boston haben wir noch einen Bagelshop zur Frühstückszeit unsicher gemacht und dann kurz vor Boston das Auto entrümpelt. Da kam noch das eine oder andere Fundstück ans Tageslicht. Wir gingen ja extra früher in die Stadt, damit wir noch genug Zeit für die Duck-Tour haben. Dies ist so eine …

Amish Country

A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Aug 09, 2015

1 photo

... spotting. They were friendly and did not mind being photographed, although a friendly wave, which should be reciprocated, before taking snaps, is recommended. We had lunch in a lively place in the centre of town, where they sold all kinds of sweet fare. I had a sandwich, some soup and a drink, and we then walked around town some more. There are some beautiful houses; some of which are from the ...

Amish Country

A travel blog entry by annmpriest on Aug 01, 2015

38 photos

Bit of a sleep in and breakfast provided this morning. Didn't need to be on the bus until 8am. I told tour guide it was Aofie's 17th Birthday today and we should sing Happy Birthday to her. Livened everyone up a bit more. First stop is Amish Village in Ronks, Lancaster County Pennsylvania. An Amish farm that has been turned into a museum. Had farmhouse, barn, ...

Washingon to Lancaster County/Amish Country

A travel blog entry by barbandgraham on Jul 20, 2015

15 photos

... have been here 250 odd years, and it is the oldest settlement of Amish in the world, and the second largest. Ohio is the largest settlement. 33 000 Amish live here and the number is increasing, mainly because families average seven plus kids, often 10 or more. Interestingly 90% of the children stay Amish even though they have a choice to leave when about 16. Once they make the decision to stay though, they must commit for life. They consider outsiders ...

Day 32: Scranton - Strasburg, Strasburg Railroad

A travel blog entry by greg-mary-scott on Jun 19, 2014

9 photos

... men working to build a rather large hothouse on one of the farms. It sprinkled from time to time. We also went inside the rail museum, which was across the street from the train depot and gift shops. Well, big trains, what can I say? They really were beautifully displayed. And as Greg said, when we left the museum, most of the children had left the area, because the Thomas the Tank Engine activities were over for the day. I will have more pictures ...