Americas Best Value Inn Ronks
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Sunday morning, we woke up and went to breakfast with Sandy’s dad. After breakfast, we started heading north. There was a detour on MD-24 at Rocks State Park and we had to make a detour. We followed MD-23 to MD-165 and took the short gravel drive to the Falling Branch area of the park. We arrived just before 10 and had to wait a couple minutes for the gates to open. Once the park opened, ...
... wal-mart never closes so it was super bright too. We both woke up feeling a little cranky and unrested. We had planned to spend Monday getting some work done and then go into NYC again on Tuesday to explore Midtown and Central Park but neither of us really wanted to spend another night in that parking lot. We decided to cut our losses and leave. NYC is always there for us to visit again but ...
... by our GPS lady with the speech impediment.
We made it to the Verrazano Bridge and paid the $15.00 toll
before it was even 7:00 am. We thought we would make great time today since the
distance to our next campground was only about 120 miles. After crossing
this bridge to Staten Island we were cruising along nicely. We crossed one more
bridge and arrived in the promised land of New Jersey (it is the Garden ...
... along broad river valleys. The countryside featured acres of corn or forests of autumn shades. We eventually arrived, just in time for a bite of tea and a swim.
We explored the area around Lancaster which is made up of lots of farm land and little villages, as well as covered bridges. Saw several Amish families going about their daily business, many of the businesses are owned and run by ...
... stopped at an antique mall in Paradise, and as we were walking across the parking lot to the entrance we heard the not so distant wail of a steam whistle. We turned and looked off across the hills and there we saw the Strasburg Railroad locomotive chuffing through the hillside, black smoke filling the sky. We could smell the burning cinders from where we were, which was at least 1/2 mile away. I commented to Sheryl, "Tomorrow we'll be ...