The Amish Country Inn - Shipshewana Hotel
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Our second stop on our trip was Shipshewana Indiana. This town has a large population of Amish and Mennonite. I will not get into the difference between the two because honestly I'm not sure. From what I have read different communities have a slightly different idea of what is acceptable. As we were driving through on a Saturday evening we seen a …
... with only about 500 motorhomes in attendance. We have had a good time attending seminars and looking at all the vendor booths. The only problem has been the weather. On Wednesday it started raining and over three and one half inches fell. The water was so high around our motorhome that if we wanted to go out we had to wade through a ...
... a bit. A very impressive place indeed.
Back out to 20 and westward ho!!! we were still a couple of hours from Chicago and we wanted to do some sightseeing so we drove straight through. We picked up an extra hour by crossing into the Central Time Zone. As we arrived on Lakeshore Ave. I realized that the Chicago Bears game was going to kickoff soon. We breezed right past the stadium with no problem. Everyone everywhere seemed to be dressed in Bears ...
Saturday September 7..... As we head out today we realize that we only have 2 days left to head west on US 20. We will need 2 days to return home via the Interstate. Another awesome breakfast at the Hyatt. They had added my favorite, biscuits and sausage gravy to the buffet. We had some difficulty finding Route 20 this morning. But we managed to pick it up just west of Cleveland near Lakewood Ohio. The landscape again went to more suburban and ...
Today we realized what it was like to travel in traffic, For the past 2 months we were traveling on back country roads, but today we had a rude awakening traveling on 2 major highways, 80 & 90. It seems that the final days of traveling will be on major highways. On this stop we plan ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
The property was currently undergoing new management and some changes. Due to the changes the indoor waterpark was closed. Other then that the hotel was very nice. One elevator was not in working condition. The staff was very nice and the breakfast was one of the best I have ever seen. The hostess came out and explained and helped my 6 year old on how to make a perfect waffle and she even gave him a small green ninja to take care of.
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