Days Inn & Suites Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... spotting. They were friendly and did not mind being photographed, although a friendly wave, which should be reciprocated, before taking snaps, is recommended. We had lunch in a lively place in the centre of town, where they sold all kinds of sweet fare. I had a sandwich, some soup and a drink, and we then walked around town some more. There are some beautiful houses; some of which are from the ...
... Mennonites and Amish. Not cheap and not very authentic. Had chicken and corn soup for lunch. Was $3:99 but then they add tax. Was good. After a look around it was time to head to Washington, Maryland. Straight to Omni Shoreham the hotel. I am not going on tonight's excursion for dinner and to look at Washington DC. Hotel is far from the city so will just go far a walk ...
... fat in it'. I think he said I could have 10% milk. Full cream milk is called 'cream' but is not pouring cream like ours. Strange people. Have to ask for cappuccino or get filter coffee and creamer, which isn't even a dairy product. Muffin was good though. All on bus nice and early and had to go to Duty Free to pick up peoples purchases before crossing boarder. Poms all bought alcohol. Not worth carrying around, would get broken. They ...
What was written in our itinerary as a night in Baltimore turned into an unexpected overnight stop in Lancaster, PA. I have cousins from Grayslake who moved out west when their dad (my Papa Wes's brother) was transferred that way to work. Jeff and Ann, my dad’s cousins, reached out to us when they heard we were traveling the east coast and we are very happy they did! Blake and I did a quick 2hr stop in Philly on our way to Lancaster where ...
... the Amish children only go as far as the eighth grade in school. Then they continue working on the farms. The Mennonites can go on to college and further type careers if they so choose. Years ago in Germany some of the people broke away from the Catholic Church because they did not like the idea of babies being baptized.They believed that one should choose the time of their own. Some became Amish and ...