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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a day (no meat). They had 280 acres and built many buildings (of course keeping men and women separate) and were a self contained community. They did allow families (Householders) but when Bissel and most of the celebate members died they changed to the Seventh Day Baptists. During the Civil War they refused to fight but they said they would take in wounded or sick soldiers. The 60+ soldiers that died in their care are buried on a hill near ...
... on a trip this long.
Our plan is to be traveling for about two months crossing the country by a northern route to Oregon and Washington. In Oregon we hope to stop by Crater Lake and the Columbia River Gorge before heading into Washington for views of Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Ranier, touring Seattle and a whale watch around the San Juan Islands. Then it is north and west through western Canada and into Alaska.
... We saw a bunch of Amish people in Tennessee and Luke kept calling the men "gnomes". So he was super happy. We walked through the barn area and they even had some pretty peacocks. The kids were probably most excited about the Amish candy we got :) Onward to Washington DC! Made it...dinner with an old friend and the kids are fast asleep before 8! A record by a landslide this ...
... for the day. In the early 1800s, York ranked among the nation's top 100 most populous urban areas. With a population today of less than 45,000, safe to say York has fallen off that list. But it still has some interesting history. York was home for more than 100 years to the Pfaltzgraff pottery company, and the Peppermint Pattie was created here in 1940. The York Peppermint Pattie is now produced by the Hershey chocolate company.
One way to ...
Amy and Russ went to a friend's Wedding at Elizabethtown whilst Peter and I explored the town.
We then had lunch at a typical American Diner.
Shopping with Amy was so much fun, the prices in Pennsylvania were so cheap, apparently NO sales tax in Penn State.
We couldn't eat any dinner nas we were too full from the Diner ...