Strasburg Village Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStrasburg Village Inn
Due to really bad traffic on U.S. 30 in and around York, we arrived late at the Inn. Our room key was taped to the front door. Our room on the second floor was nice, comfortable and clean. There is a small sitting area at the top of the stairs with a coffee pot and snacks. Private bathroom was good size.
We typically do not stay at b&b type inns because Judy a) refuses to share a bathroom and b) had a bum knee and stairs are extremely painful. It has been replaced (the knee, not Judy).
The Inn shares the building with a country store where breakfast is served. You order anything you want off a full breakfast menu. During the day, the country store packs 'em in as an ice cream shop.
Behind the Inn in a separate building is a wine store with local wine tastings and sales.
We stayed three nights.
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... needed to be fixed asap! I think Chris and I definitely like open spaces and quiet nights so we headed to a campsite in Pennsylvania. We drove through Newark which took forever and I think Chris got every red light possible. Our 3.5hour drive became a 5hour drive because of all the traffic. We stopped at a farmers Market to stock up on veggies but overall we just drove. I think Chris was so ...
... all). Crossing this bridge, we noticed that both sides of the river were
covered with factories, loading docks, rusty barges and boats and all things
unpicturesque. The rain was drizzling and traffic was picking up as
well. We were directed by Madame GPS to take the Jersey Turnpike.
We pulled up to the toll booth and it must have measured us and decided we were
too tall to be a car and spit out a ticket for a ...
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