The Waynebrook Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the Amish are not wired into the grid and are reluctant to do so.
The Amish do not wear buttons or belts because they did not want to appear at all like the Prussian soldiers who had persecuted them.
If an Amish male has a beard, he's married. If an Amish woman is single, she has a white apron on. If the apron is black, she is married.
We also learned that there are varying levels of strictness within each sect. For ...
... 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 ...
We left Cape Cod for the state of Pennsylvania. It was a really long drive day, we drove for 10 hours. We made it to New Jersey by 10.30pm. It was really tricky finding somewhere to park up and apparently the area is really dodgy so we found a cheap and nasty highway motel. It looked like one of those roadside motels from a horror film and the room stank of cigarette smoke, but it was only $50 (USD) for the night. We slept in our sleeping bags but it did ...
... little uneasy about going into the countryside just to stare at people who are different from me but fortunately there were lots of other people doing the same thing so that made it OK. In fact, there was even a whole tourist town set up with a car park and touristy stores and fake Amish people walking around some fake Amish houses.
The Amish are also known as the Pennsylvania Dutch as they came over from Germany and ...
... very exhausting working such long hours 6 days a week. I have done camp before so I knew what I was going into. But it really is long hours and takes you awhile to learn how to operate on less than 6 hours sleep per day. So I was very much looking forward to being able to sleep in and relax and not be dictated by the day.
On Sunday I got to go to the outlets and shop around which was good. The funny thing was that there is a nuclear power ...