Mill Bridge Village & Campresort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Mill Bridge Village & Campresort Strasburg
Travel Blogs from Strasburg
... had showers and then wandered down the roads looking for restaurants to eat at for dinner. We ate at a brasserie 2 miles away, it was delicious and the waitress had a great sense of humour! XD We came home and jumped into bed and slept.. Ready to begin again the next day, I have to go! Later Gators! LJ ...
The alarm went off at 6 AM. The only problem was, I hadn't set it. I always make sure when I am at a hotel to turn OFF the alarm if I used it. I guess I should be glad it wasn’t set for earlier.
We had a breakfast package and since room service was included in the breakfast choices, we hung our room service order on our door before we went to bed and the order arrived promptly at 8:00. The order was correct and the hot ...
... You get a choice of 2 sides, so he had grilled asparagus and a mesquite grilled half artichoke. I had the Lobster Bisque to start and then the Greenbone (New Zealand Butterfish) with asparagus and Parmesan Yukon Gold Potatoes. Everything was wonderful and the service was friendly, yet unobtrusive. We had no room for dessert.
After dinner, we went back to our room and caught up on emails. It did quiet down after 10:00, so that wasn’t an ...
... peanut butter and jam sandwiches! This has become our normal lunch as we travel. After lunch we went back into the museum and stayed until closing. Besides the restored collection inside, there is a collection of equipment rusting away out in the weather. Its a shame, but you can only do just so much. Now its time to rest up for our day tomorrow. We're driving up to Scranton, PA to visit Steam Town. Another day of trains, yes! ...
... were only going to go to one train museum in America, this would probably be it.
The Railroad museum is in a covered, brick Roundhouse and other adjacent buildings. It looks absolutely stunning and is a beautiful building. When you go into the museum, you enter a room of ½" to 1’ (2.5” gauge) models showing the development of the steam locomotive in North America. The models were beautiful and significant developments were all represented. As well as steam ...