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... before Hershey. The GPS lead us to Palmyra (north of Hershey) - Gabrielle had put in the address of the steakhouse instead of the butterfly gardens. The rain stopped so we decided to have lunch at the Hometown Family Restaurant in Palmyra before going on to the Butterfly gardens.
I had shrimp bisque and a crab cake sandwich, Marie had beef and veg soup and a plain Jane burger, Gabrielle had the bisque and plain Jane, Chey spaghetti and meatball ...
... Some comfy beds, great dinner, and a market stop in downtown Lancaster the next morning made for a good pit stop for us. We decided we had enough of the city life and are going to skip Baltimore and Washington DC all together and head straight for the hills of Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. We are camping there for the next few nights before we head to Williamsburg for the 4th of July (should be quite patriotic!). ...
... their whiskers shaved and once they marry they grow and never cut their beard - but never have a moustache. Once girls turn 12 they no longer use buttons and have to pin themselves into their clothing every day with straight pins - the ones you might use to hold material together before sewing! Each family may have six to eight children and at gatherings, as space is limited, they eat in shifts - men ...
... side. You can see their big wood-frame roller coaster from the road, but we never did see any cars go on it, so the weather must have hampered the operation a little.
On Friday, we traveled to Adamstown, which is near Reading. Adamstown promotes itself as the antique capital of Pennsylvania, so we had to go there. We found about 12 antique malls, but were only able to make about 7 of them. Still, it ended up being a ...
... could be prepared for our experience. We were also told that we weren't allowed to take photos directly.
At lunchtime we stopped at Philadelphia and it was very warm. Went to see the Liberty Bell and it was really hard to see. This was one of the places closed because the public servants were out of work. From there went to Betsy Ross' house - the lady who made the first flag of the USA for Washington. It was quite interesting. Went ...
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