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... with quite a few food delicacy tours. First stop is Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery. When we pulled into the parking lot, all of us couldn't quite believe how small the shop is, at least from outside. The building was built in 1861, with the charm from old time. The tour was very informative. We learned how to make pretzel/tie the pretzel knot. Every step of the pretzel making has a special meaning.
Baba bought ...
In six weeks joan and I will be leaving on a tour of the western United States. We expect to be gone for four to five months. I have planned the first two thousand miles and expect to be in Santa Fe, NM in two to three weeks. Once there we will spend time with our friend, Trish. Will then be planning on week to week basis. The coach comes out of storage on March 17, service and loading for the next week to so, then we are gone. On the road, ...
4 hrs, 7.2 kms
Day totals: 13 hrs, 27.2 kms
New Berlin is a bit off of my route--but I've got to explore it, just because of the name if nothing else. I can't quite figure out why it's called "East Berlin"... I mean, aren't we west of the real Berlin?
Later I learn that it's because there's another "Berlin" here ...
... br> Only problem? Well... these goods are a bit more expensive than those mass produces in huge factories and shipped all over the country. So, as much as I like the concept, I guess I would still choose Walmart over a place like this--just because I'm stingy...
I reach Abbottstown, which has a pair of beautiful Victorian style (I think) mansion on the central traffic circle (just in this region traffic circles are popular--the rest ...
... plan. I've been having strawberry yoghurt and a banana for breakfast. Weird (for me), but nice, We all assemble and get on the road.
Our final destination for today is Harrisburg, the capital of Philadelphia. But we're getting there by way of Gettysburg, the site of the biggest and most pivotal battles of the civil war, where the union (North) troops held off a three day onslaught by the confederates (South), only July 1 - 3, 1863.
We drive ...
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