Cherry Lane Motor Inn
Travel Blogs from Ronks
... we could get the boys, and to allay of guilt for leaving them for so long. There is a 'Bret Michaels' (from the 80's/early 90's hair metal bad Poison) range of dog collars and leads, as well as a Martha Stewart range. It seems that everything needs some form of celebrity endorsement before people buy it. Even Oprah endorses the **** coffee at Starbucks.
After lunch we had a quick look at the outlet centre ...
... Sunday here. Pity is, Sunday is their Sabbath, so we wont be able to visit their places of business until Monday.
We kicked of this morning by having a run (me) and sleeping a bit longer (Bec), before a visit to Trader Joe's - we are hooked - their prepackaged salads are a perfect lunch for the road. Today was the first day that we actually hit the interstates, so we made pretty good time most of the way at 65mph. Bec took the chance to have a bit of a ...
... and browsed the many shops, including a wonderful quilt shop. The town changed its name only recently. I think it was previously known as Crossed Keys. I am not sure why the change. We then set off again and again got lost but ended up at an Amish farm and shop, where they served freshly made ice creams and soft pretzels that were very tasty. We eventually found our way back to Lancaster and our hotel, exhausted after a very enjoyable and informative ...
Despite our best efforts and intentions, we ended up taking advantage of 24 hour parking and left Pittsburgh way later than planned. Unfortunately this meant not getting to Hershey til about 5, 3 hours before the park closed. This wasn't entirely the end of the world however, we hired a pretty little log cabin, bought a bunch of hot dogs, extended forks, fire wood, a mixture of poisonous, irritant powder that turned the fire into mystical blues, greens and purples, ...
The way out of DC was a nightmare due to road blocks and heavy storms. Late in the evening we finally arrived in our B & B in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The reward for the tiring ride was a very warm welcome by the friendly host family and a spacious, lovely room. After an amazing home-made breakfast the weather got friendlier at last and we explored the thriving Amish community in the area. The traditional lifestyle is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting