Hilton Garden Inn Lancaster

Address: 101 Granite Run Drive, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 17601-6803, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 101 Granite Run Drive, Lancaster, is near Central Market, Wheatland, Landis Valley Museum, and Clipper Magazine Stadium.
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      Travel Blogs from Lancaster

      Getting Down to the Wire

      A travel blog entry by dutchiesnowbird on Dec 28, 2014

      1 photo

      ... Arcadia out in the rural area off of route 17. I am excited to explore the area. First time traveling with the dogs this far and first time in a camper for them. Have plans for checking out the state and national parks in the area, staying on the well traveled trails as I am not wanting to come upon any snakes or gators too soon. Trying to anticipate how to ...

      Day 1 and day 2 - Flight from JFK to Mumbai

      A travel blog entry by ayushiyer on Dec 12, 2014

      5 comments, 2 photos

      ... that takes you from terminal to terminal. Then our plane started boarding. We boarded and the plane took off. It was really cool! We had a long and treacherous 13 hour flight, so I watched many movies and played some video games. In fact, it was so long that the date changed! It was 12/13/14. When we reached Abu Dhabi airport, I got to ride a camel! I actually ...

      Buggies and shoofly pie!

      A travel blog entry by emma-sandra on Aug 06, 2014

      19 photos

      ... here and in Ohio, after they were driven out of Germany and Switzerland in the early 1900s.

      Our evening was spent learning about the culture as a part of the 'Amish experience' and the first task on the way to the event was to try to spot the buggies out and about on the roads. Amish people are not allowed to own cars and they get about using horse and cart, otherwise known as a buggy. They can also use other forms of transport that are slower than ...

      The pretty hills of Pennsylvania

      A travel blog entry by ustrip2014 on Jun 22, 2014

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... hills, climbing and winding around on Route 220 and finding a new sight over the top of each hill. In particular I had to stop and take photos at Wright's View.





      The lovely countryside continued for another fifty or sixty miles until I found myself driving right alongside the river, with a railway line between the road and the drop to the water. This was after crossing the I80 and ...

      Into Amish country

      A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Oct 01, 2013

      6 photos

      ... house and in a workroom at the bottom of the house there was a woman in costume. I said "hello Betsy Ross" and then she told us the story of how she had made the flag. Also showed how she made the stars on the flag and changed it from the six points that George Washington wanted. She even gave me the star that she made as a demonstration.

      So ..... I have a star made by Betsy Ross for George Washington!!!!

      It is quite ...