Hampton Inn Reading/Wyomissing
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... br> Washington was a very nice, clean city.......a nice change of pace from NYC. We have our hire car and for the next 5 days we will just follow our nose which is lots of fun,
More Amish photos to come
... s house, the home of "the man" whose financial interests everyone else served. I found Hopewell Furnace to be mildly interesting, and being part of the National Park System, the place is more about historic preservation and education than entertainment. Hence, no re-enactors in period costume and fake accents demonstrating how charcoal is made as in so many tacky privately run sites. OK, another one checked off my National Parks to-do ...
... called the Amish Country. Amish and Mennonites live in many states and their populations in northern Ohio and northeastern Indiana are of similar size to Pennsylvania, but the Amish Country in Pennsylvania is the best known.
The Amish were pacifists and early Anabaptists (believers in adult Baptism) at odds with the military authorities and state religions in Lutheran and Catholic principalities in Germany during the 1700s. Many migrated ...
... was mentioned in the constitution, Buchanan believed nothing short of a constitutional amendment could end slavery, and since the constitution doesn’t prohibit states from seceding there was nothing to stop them. Buchanan must be one of Anton Scalia’s favorite presidents.
I don’t recall much about Buchanan from my AP American history class other than his weakness as president, but on the tour I learned that he had ...
... br> We visited Crystal Cave which was discovered in 1871. The countryside around it is rolling country with fantastic trees, very European - Pennsylvania is historically Dutch. Crystal Cave is named for the salts that are found on the walls, these were mistaken for diamonds when the cave was discovered much to the disappointment of the two farmers who were originally looking for Limestone. The cave has been ...