La Quinta Inn & Suites Lancaster
Travel Blogs from Ronks
... an hour and a half just cruising the little towns near by. Found a town two over from here called Intercourse. I kid you not. It used to be called Cross Keys, but they changed it to Intercourse. The hottest selling item in the town is the 'I love Intercourse, PA' t-shirts. It did have me laughing for quite a while. I'm easily amused.
After our tour, we visited the local Pet Smart, for out doggie fix, and to ...
So we had a bit of a change of plan last night. Over dinner we discussed our options for what we would do prior to getting to Washington. We decided that it would be a smarter option to put in a really solid day of driving today, and spend tomorrow experiencing a place rather than two half days of driving with nothing that we really wanted to do for the other portion of the day. So we decided that we would push on to Lancaster, the home of the Amish, and spend ...
... We picked up some great coffee, and breakfast straight from an Amish farmer and sat outside in the sun,, listening to a fellow with many instruments, attached to him, play some wonderful old tunes. A great way to start the day. Lancaster appeared to be a very artistic town with theatres and around the city pianos have been placed for anyone in the community's to sit down and playing when they want to . Our next stop was at the tourist bureau ...
... J said that we probably saw Mars as well, but he couldn't tell me which one. It was a relatively early night after that, spent trying to get short bursts of light sleep on our beds without quilts or sheet. Despite being advertised as coming with linen, this was indeed not the case, and despite a good few minutes of back and forth, we ended up with nothing. This meant using travel pillows and fashioning our kilts into blankets. Needless to say, this was a pretty rough ...
... Mills (opens May 1st), a water-run flour mill, where we got a demonstration of the still-functioning machineries. The rest of day we did more like a shopping and tasting tour through all the local delicacies e.g. in Kitchen Kettle Village, a cute theme park-style food market. All in all it's been a very interesting insight into a community from bygone times in a nice countryside setting. Time travel is possible not far from hectic NYC! ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking