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TravelPod Member ReviewsHeritage Hotel Lancaster
A little faded and out of date but a large clean room, stylish if odd restaurant
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... hours of shopping at the Camping World Superstore (Kent loved it), then Costco, liquor store and groceries. It is verrryy difficult to find a liquor store in Pennsylvania probably becuz they have the strictest liquor regulations in all of the USA. Expenses: Campsite Freeport, Maine 2 nites : $80.00 Campsite 3 nites Plymouth $120.00 Campsite Clinton, CT 1 nite $42.00 Campsite 3 nites Jonestown, PA $132.00 Gas Car $80.00 Gas RV: $110. Gas RV: $100. Tolls ...
... Chocolate! The entire town has been turned into a huge tourist attraction. In the summer it must be packed but right now the amusement park and many of the other attractions are closed so it was pretty quiet. The one place that was busy was Chocolate World where the store is along with a few tours. When we walked in an employee from Marketing asked us a few questions and then asked us to take part in a taste test. We of course obliged and ate some ...
... passenger car" and it worked.
We saw other vans like ours and there were even small school buses. No problem!
Fah get about it. When the coppers passed us a few minutes later without a
second look we knew we beat the system, just like the locals. Don't tell us
we're not from around heah. If we had only known that a few days earlier
we could have avoided the stress of roaming the hood in Flatbush, while ...
... along broad river valleys. The countryside featured acres of corn or forests of autumn shades. We eventually arrived, just in time for a bite of tea and a swim.
We explored the area around Lancaster which is made up of lots of farm land and little villages, as well as covered bridges. Saw several Amish families going about their daily business, many of the businesses are owned and run by ...
... to ask if we
could have a meal with an Amish family. We found out during the day that this was possible and we ended up with a 12 minute turn around at our accommodation before driving through beautiful fields of corn, the cutest houses, silos, barns and Amish men ploughing or harvesting fields with 6-8 horses in a plough team.
We and 4 other travellers were treated to a home cooked meal prepared by Rebecca Zook and her eldest daughters ( there were ...