Country Inn of Lancaster
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... as me and most looked as though they were in their 70's.
From Lititz we headed for Columbia to try our luck with another Comfort Inn. We are using the Choice chain so much because we have a hard copy book with all the world wide listings. It is so much easier for me to look at in the car while Wes is driving. Any web based data base requires us to stop somewhere that we can access wi fi. Sounds good in theory but is not practical especially on the roads less travelled that ...
We had a fantastic day yesterday meeting some Amish people. We went to 2 families's farms. They are very hard working people who live a simple life. The countryside is gorgeous and our hotel is surrounded by ...
The American National Park System has over 300 units which range from the famous major national parks to smaller national monuments and a large number of historic sites such as Civil War battlefields and presidential homes. There's one unit in southeastern Pennsylvania that shows up on the list and maps that I’ve long wondered about but heard nothing – Hopewell Furnace National Historic Park.
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... vengeful, angry, mean God or gods reveal something about themselves. But the Amish, despite their old-world ways, have always seemed peaceful and innocuous enough, neither trying to convert you to their ways nor condemning you to hell for not being part of them.
The Amish are a popular tourist attraction and the area has a bit of a theme park atmosphere in summer with lots of Amish farm attractions open for visitors, horse-n-buggy rides, petting ...
... he failed to hold the Union together and was viewed as too willing to bow to southern interests before the southern states started seceding. Buchanan was a lawyer and a believer in "strict-interpretation" of the constitution, a nutty doctrine that’s apparently been around for a long time even before Ronald Reagan started appointing judges who think they are able to read the minds of the people who wrote the U.S Constitution centuries ago. ...