Colonial Village Motel
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It was a strange feeling waking up after 5 weeks being only the 2 of us again. We didn't have any plans for the day, so we just checked out a few options and left the hotel at 11am. We ended up driving down the New Jersey Turnpike because it was the quicker way out even though we had to pay the $6 toll. We decided to spend the day at Six Flags because we hadn’t been since Illinois and we had season passes. After forking out $22 for parking (WTF!), ...
... a couple (that's breakfast sorted!) and they were still trying to give us money off vouchers but we said to leave it we really didn't have to wait that long.
We cross the street to a family run pizza place and order one to go which we take back to our room to eat its nice to chill out and have dinner while watching some American adverts i mean t.v programme's.
As I walked up the idyllic streets in the Arts and Museums district, the suburban landscape opened into an imposing gothic fort complete with towering walls and battlements. This fearsome structure was the Eastern State Penitentiary. Built in 1829 it was a revolutionary concept in prison design. Centered on the principle of penitence, the prison was for the first time a place of punishment rather than a holding pen. The prisoners were to be ...
... wards everyone was very friendly.
We went home to pick up the girls and set off for Lancaster, Amish Counrty. We saw many Amish buggies on the roads, their farms are beautifully kept and their homes large. We went to a place called Amish Country Homestead for an Amish Experience. First we watched a movie where a young man was deciding about joining the church, boys seem to be able to take their time not so sure about girls?
Then we went into a home ...
... the first of several trolley lines connecting Doylestown with Willow
Grove, Newtown and Easton beginning operation. A private sewer system and
treatment plant was authorized in 1903. The Borough took over and
expanded sewer service to about three-quarters of the town in 1921.
In the early 20th century, ...