Hampton Inn Newcomerstown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to take home. The nearby cheese factory was much more touristy and commercial, decked out as a Swiss Inn, but producing a good range of cheese.
We decided that was a good start so headed to our accommodation next. Unbeknownst to us, it turned out to be an interesting choice as well, our trip was really looking up. It was an big old Amish barn which had been converted to a bed and breakfast. It was owned and operated by an old ex-Amish couple, the wife ...
... was seeing their clothes lines run up to the top of poles. The whole countryside is dotted with little towns, houses over hills and little simple single room schools. We passed several horse and buggies trotting sling on their daily business. After a nice long back roads drive with a couple of stops we came back to the cabin for a restful afternoon, playing a bit of pool on the pool table and of course, kicking the footy outside AND repacking suitcases to get ready for the next move ...
... and the surrounding landscape is equally beautiful, just green rolling hills with house dotted. As soon as I left our door and wandered along the road about 50 meters I could hear the clip clop of a horse and buggy plodding along. There is a little lake across the road..... Just a beautiful place. Getting here last night in the dark with barely any lights left us guessing what any of the surrounds were like. We all got ready and left to head to the NFL Hall of ...
... us use the boiling water in the coffee machine to fill up a couple of noodle bowls for lunch, we bought a couple of drinks and some beef jerky, used the bathrooms and again, back on the road!! We just got back onto the 30 after going around Fort Wayne and have just now crossed over the border into Ohio. It's open farming pasture land here and to the left of the highway just 100s and 100s of giant wind turbines, they are just HUGE and they go as far as ...
... is owned and operated by the local Amish families. It's not just for the tourists, locals eat there as well, including Amish families.
On the surface, it seems their life style is far less hectic or stressful than ours. But you never know what is just under the surface.
Bye for now and stay ...