Best Western Country Inn
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... a place mat. I also bought a couple of crochet topped Christmas tea towels. With our Berlin browsing all done, we jumped back in the car and went for a drive around the back roads. Along the way we found a "Swiss chalet" cheese shop where the Amish family make a variety of cheeses. We bought some cheese and salami sticks and some crackers for afternoon tea :-) We moved on passing some fantastic country homes where barns and sheds well surpassing the size of the homes. The ...
... and then we all sang happy birthday and he blew out his candles!! We then had some time for Sam to unwrap some presents and then he got the chance to go into this special tube that blew tickets around like a "cash grab" to earn more tickets. We then divided up the rest of the tokens and had some more fun in the games area. By the end we had a huge bag full of tickets which we had to feed in to a machine to tally them up to exchange for something behind the counter. ...
... see off into the distance. We've had a time change, so now we will get to our next stop at 7pm instead of 6pm!! We are at least under 2 hours to go though. It is getting dark very quick!! We are staying in a log cabin called Blue Jay by Coblentz Country Cabins, it's an Amish built and owned lot of cabins in Berlin (pronounced with the emphasis Buuurl'n, not like the city in Germany) Berlin is in the Amish country area of Ohio. Wowww, you should see this ...
... the RV spots were empty. Sigh. Rained gushed out of the sky so we drove around the parking lot in search of the elusive Delaware license plate for our little license plate game (only one left to spot in our second cycle this year) and also a spot closer to the door. By the time we found the closer spot, the rain had subsided and we hopped inside from warm muggy air to freezing AC air. Brr. We were not dressed for this.
Despite all these ...
... is owned and operated by the local Amish families. It's not just for the tourists, locals eat there as well, including Amish families.
On the surface, it seems their life style is far less hectic or stressful than ours. But you never know what is just under the surface.
Bye for now and stay ...