The Red Rose Motel
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... savings of not having to stay at a motel or eating out in restaurants it's not so bad. Jan has a new "scrubby-thing" on a stick that she's going to use on the windshield. It just drank a quarter of a big bottle of Dawn. Can't wait to see if it actually works because we wiped out a large percentage of the flying insects between North Carolina and here today. So far she has soap all over the ground and herself. Not sure if the windshield is deriving any benefit. Will keep you ...
Today was our last day in NYC, We went out for brekky (I got to pick) and had a last look around before catching 2 hour train to Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It was very humid when we departed the train station. We jumped in a taxi and drove to our hotel; Hawthorn. It had free cookies! Yum ;) We checked in ...
... I am glad we decided to order room service because I read on Trip Advisor a review which mentioned that the wait at the restaurants for breakfast was 90 minutes!
It was raining and the forecast was for the rain to end around 1:00, so we switched our day around and headed over to the Hershey Story first. This is an interactive museum that tells story of Milton Hershey, who really epitomizes the saying, "If at first you ...
... and grill is right across the street from Hershey Park and very close to Zoo America. We sat outside on the porch because it was such a beautiful day. Keith had the buffalo chicken wrap (hot-spicy, not temperature) and I had a side salad and Maryland Crab Soup. It was a bit spicy, but I managed to eat it all. We shared an order of onion rings. The food was good and the staff friendly.
After lunch we headed over to the Hershey ...
... It was interesting to see their horse and buggies traveling along the same highways as our cars and SUVs. On one of the roads we came across an old mill building that was now serving as a homestead. The most interesting aspect was the old boot that had been mounted to a post at the front of the house. There was a bolt coming out of the top of the boot that I interpreted would be used for someone would tie up their horse.