Holiday Inn Express Lancaster-Rockvale Outlets
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Today was our last day in NYC, We went out for brekky (I got to pick) and had a last look around before catching 2 hour train to Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It was very humid when we departed the train station. We jumped in a taxi and drove to our hotel; Hawthorn. It had free cookies! Yum ;) We checked in ...
... of some Spanish Patio and a circular dining room.
We decided to leave the umbrellas in the car because it had stopped raining, but that turned out to be a bad decision. We got rained on off and on in the Gardens. The Hershey Gardens were a gift from Milton Hershey to the town and built in honor of his wife, Catherine. Now at 23 acres, it houses a Butterfly House, Children’s Garden, Rose Garden, Japanese Garden and many ...
... foot of the bed that really only fit one suitcase. We had 2 small ones, so one went under the counter in the bathroom. The closet was narrow. There were no glasses in the bathroom, just PLASTIC cups. Seriously? Plastic? The bathroom was nice in that the shower and toilet were in a separate area. The towels were fine and the shampoo, conditioner and bar soap were chocolate infused. There appeared not to be a hair dryer, which every upscale ...
... we could get the boys, and to allay of guilt for leaving them for so long. There is a 'Bret Michaels' (from the 80's/early 90's hair metal bad Poison) range of dog collars and leads, as well as a Martha Stewart range. It seems that everything needs some form of celebrity endorsement before people buy it. Even Oprah endorses the **** coffee at Starbucks.
After lunch we had a quick look at the outlet centre ...
This morning we went for a 5 mile covered bridge buggy ride which was really lovely. Our driver taught us many things about the Amish. They are very wealthy, saving 90% of what they earn. An acre of land costs $50, 000 and an Amish farm recently sold for $11, 000, 000.
Amish farms are amazing. They farm corn, wheat and alfalfa, rotating their crops to care for the soil. They make their own fertilizers ...