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Woke about 6. Back to sleep till alarm at 8.30. Homemade pancakes and banana for breakfast, then shower and on the road about 10 heading for Hershey for Cheyenne's birthday treat.
Chey's treat was take her friend Mackenzie to visit the butterfly house in Hershey Gardens and then go to Texas Roadhouse Steakhouse for dinner.
Back up route 15 North. Got a bit lost after we got route off 15 near Harrisburg. Huge rainstorm with lightning and ...
... Some comfy beds, great dinner, and a market stop in downtown Lancaster the next morning made for a good pit stop for us. We decided we had enough of the city life and are going to skip Baltimore and Washington DC all together and head straight for the hills of Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. We are camping there for the next few nights before we head to Williamsburg for the 4th of July (should be quite patriotic!). ...
... boys, women next and girls last. Women sew all clothing for the family except some underwear and work in the home an average of 15 hours a day! I don't think I want to convert. Also stopped at Kettle Kitchen in the town called Intercourse and browsed the markets there. It was music day and their 60th anniversary. Saw a few Amish folk including a three piece band and many horse-drawn carriages in the ...
... we were traversing Upstate New York. Still very green, but a different type of landscape, more hills than mountains.
We got off the interstate prior to getting to Harrisburg, and wove our what through a few small towns. Bec wonder if the GPS had a setting in it somewhere for visiting every crack street in the States because again we seemed to find the dodgy end of town. We did go through a nice little town just out of Lancaster called Lititz that looked ...
... a simple, quiet life. They live pretty much as we do except for their plain dress and not having electricity connected. They feel this is an intrusion from the outside world and will erode away their peace and family time. They travel by foot, horse and buggy and scooter. They remove the rubber from tyres on their farm equipment and horse buggies because they want it is harder to travel ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Brunswick Lancaster
My husband and I attended a church sponsored conference held at this hotel, so unfortunately there was no escaping the horrendous conditions.
Nice for the price
This hotel is located in the middle of downtown Lancaster, but is still fairly easy for a traveler to find. There is an attached parking garage which can be used for only $3/day. The decor is older and worn, but everything is very clean. They are in the middle of a renovation, but I heard no noise, nor was I bothered by it. The samples boards for the room renovations are posted in the lobby and it will be fabulous! The staff is quick and helpful. The female bartender is great and fun to talk to while relaxing. I would not hesitate to stay here again! Ask for room 528 if you want a double bed room!
Consider this a warning from a highly reasonable person.
Don't waste your money!
We stayed in this hotel with a group of friends and the experience was not pleasant. The rooms were not very clean, the staff was very unprepared (check-in and check-out took forever!) and the hotel definitely needs some rennovation. We arrived at night and were very disappointed with the neighborhood. The area does not seem very safe and walking from the parking lot to the reception really felt like participating in a "horror movie". The kids in our group were all scared and even the adults did not feel safe to walk back to the car by themselves. Never again!
I was shocked when pulling up to this hotel a few days ago. From the web site and the AAA rating, I figured it would be a nice place to stay for the night. The closer we got to the hotel, the more my heart sank. When I entered the ground floor and took the escalator up to the dingy lobby, I prayed they had lost my reservation. The place smelled like coverup for cigarette smoke, and the front desk looked like an afterthought. The place had a very uncomfortable, dark, dirty feel to it.
If you have a strong stomach and don't mind filth and your toddlers picking up old toe nail clippings, reserve yourself a room!! This hotel was disgusting, we immediately left after being in our room for ten minutes. The hotel lighting was very dim, the floors smelled of old cigarette smoke, and the furniture and rugs were very dirty. The beds in the room were concave and the bathroom had a cracked sink and rust stains. One of the elevators only went up. The floor in our room was covered in toe nail clippings that were discovered when a toddler picked one up to put it into her mouth. We had to drive through very rough slums to get to the hotel. We were totally disgusted by this hotel and would like to help others so they do not have to go through the same experience late at night with children.
I was attracted to this hotel by their charming web site. It talked of the hotel's history, and had a series of what must have been pictures of the hotel right after its last refurbishment in the early 60s that they were trying to pass off as the current condition of the hotel. From what I read and saw on their web site, I was expecting a charming, historical, well kept hotel. What I got was a dank, dark, deteriorating hotel that was 40+ years past due for major renovation.
We stayed here for 1 night after seeing Amish country. It may have been a nice hotel decades ago, but it's in sad shape now.
The Brunswick Hotel in Lancaster, PA, has a great location and not much else. The hotel is located in the heart of Lancaster City, walking distance to many shops and restaurants. Aside from its great location, the Brunswick lacks in many areas.
Great Hotel, Great Value
This hotel is located in downtown Lancaster within walking distance of City Hall and a boutique shopping area. You will definitely need a car to get to attractions but most are within a ten or fifteen minute drive. The hotel has an indoor, multi-floor parking lot and its free! The rooms were clean and nice. The pool area was huge, modern, clean and beautiful with plenty of tables and chairs located around the pool. There is a nice bar downstairs and in the evening there is a huge display of complimentary cookies and punch in a very decorative punch bowl. The price was very good. I paid about $55 a night. I strongly recommend this hotel for families, for couples and for business persons.