Fairfield Inn Warren Niles
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... Switzerland in the 18th century to Pennsylvania. The traditional Amish speak Pennsylvania German, also known as Pennsylvania Dutch...mispronounciation of deutsche. We saw a few carriages on the road and noticed a few in their distinguisable clothes working in their yards. We crossed over into Pennsylvania again later in the evening and settled into the Motel 6 in Mars....yes Mars. Its just outside of Pittsburgh. The unplanned detours have been great and we planned to try and do ...
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... sweet. My kids were thrilled with the seats.
Driving: You must take in account the numerous toll roads that can cost up to 21.00. Parking is another unwanted and forgotten fee especially in big cities. It was generally 30 to 45 dollars a night to park your car at a hotel. One one toll road we made a wrong turn and had to go back. We told the guy at the toll that we had just come through and paid but we got lost. He gave us a pass to get back through. ...
... on down into Amish Country
where amongst other things
we visited the Lehmans store
... took some photos, passed out some flyers and called it a success.
We stayed at a Walmart about five miles away…first time we’ve done that in a while (thankfully) and it was just muggy enough outside that we had to run the generator to use our a/c. Nowhere to take a walk that evening (well, nowhere remotely relaxing and picturesque, at least), so we ate dinner and watched Doctor ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking