Lancaster Welcome Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Lancaster Welcome Inn
Travel Blogs from Lancaster
... and Scandinavia. Stopped at a roadside park outside Elgin. Land agricultural with corn fields and possibly potatoes. Wes bought a coffee at Genoa. Still struggling to find coffee to his liking. ie strong enough.
Countryside became more hilly around Monroe Centre and later it became much more hilly.
Galena was a quaint town on the river with a high levee bank and gates across the road into the ...
Today we were going to go drive part of the Great River Road in Wisconsin, along the Mississippi River. I guess I forgot just how far the Mississippi is from Middleton. We headed out, stopped at Mazomanie at a cheese factory for squeaky cheese curds (did you know they aren't really fresh unless they squeak when you chew them?). Then we drove along the Wisconsin River to the Wyalusing State ...
... amazing adventure from being simple corn farmers 25 years ago to being pushed into the limelight when their farm was used as a significant part in the Field of Dreams movie. Never in their wildest dreams did they imagine their life changes due to this.
All in all, this was a really great day to hang out and watch a ball game in a small part of film ...
Dad decided that a trip to the Field of Dreams should be a late inclusion in to the road trip.
It was a 4 hour drive from Chicago. When we arrived the field (just like in the movie) was there. On the field there were a lot of people playing baseball.
What happened next was awesome. The movie scene where the baseball players came out of the corn field was re-enacted. Some of those involved were in the original movie. ...
... to file an IFR flight plan and shoot an instrument approach. Dropping below the clouds, we could see countless miles of green farmland, mostly corn and wheat. With the strong wind blowing out of the northwest at 20 a 30knots, we could clearly see waves of grain that looked more like an endless green ocean.
When we landed, a few folks walked out to meet us. Turns out they were the FBO owner and his sons, and for the week of Oshkosh, ...