Red Roof Inn Denver

Address: 2017 N Reading Rd, Denver, Pennsylvania, 17517, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2017 N Reading Rd, Denver, is near Green Dragon Farmer's Market, Ephrata Cloister, Rennigers Antique and Collectors Market, and Stoudtburg Antiques Mall.
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    Niagara to Lancaster

    A travel blog entry by maccaj8 on Oct 01, 2015

    1 comment

    ... a handful went the six tastings. Good fun.

    the Amish community has contributed considerably to the worlds information on genetic disease, they stop short of saying they inter marry, but is close. They are constantly studied and happy to be. Quite amazing. I love their philosophy of nothing to increase their slow pace, I may have to re think being French and become Amish, is such a slow steady pace in life, kids don't go to school after ...

    Fall fun!

    A travel blog entry by dianelbrown on Sep 17, 2015

    15 photos

    ... Stephanie and little Danica. Our next adventure was going up the CN Tower. We decided to try and get ahead of the rush hour traffic and head for our next destination - Niagara Falls. We spent Wednesday in Niagara. Chris and Clark went on the boat cruise (formerly the Maid of the Mist) and we went and had a short visit with Grandma Brown. We met up again around noon, drove down to the Rapids and did the walk down along side the ...

    Amish country

    A travel blog entry by dmuir on Sep 14, 2015

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... of historical trust. We then started exploring the green farming area of the plain people, learnt something today, it is not just Amish here, there is also a community of Mennonites (these are Amish ways but may use electricity and cars). It is amazing how big their houses and farms are and all very well kept. The washing makes me laugh it reminds me of the washing hanging at our family Bach, on a pulley system high in the air. We visited 2 working farms, they either ...

    Train towns

    A travel blog entry by elandaa on Jun 28, 2013

    21 photos

    ... a minor washout and trees to fall across the line seemed just the excuse the company needed to suspend operations infinitely. (There were laws preventing the line from closing.) It is a real titfield thunderbolt story, but a couple of locals decided this was no good and wanted to run the railway as a hobby. They could not afford to do it on their own and were having trouble convincing others to put up the money to buy it. Eventually they came up with the idea of making all ...

    Day 12 - An Unexpected Day Off

    A travel blog entry by monahan on Sep 08, 2011

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... a jog around town to see some of the damage. We all opted to lay low today, and not try to hustle off to Amish Country or to Gettysburg because it is our understanding that most every community is dealing with floods. We’ve got our own here, so while travel an hour to see someone else’s?

    By mid-afternoon, the day’s drizzle had tapered off and we all piled in the car to drive around and see some of the destruction and ...