Lancaster Amish Country Travelodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Planned departure day, barring any problems is Friday Jan. 2, 2015; which will soon be upon us. Up till now just making lists in my head, now time to do the actual packing. Am a little nervous as to how the dogs will react. It will be an adventure. Home for the next 3 months will be our 2010 Keystone Outback Sydney Edition in a small family owned campground ...
... that takes you from terminal to terminal. Then our plane started boarding. We boarded and the plane took off. It was really cool! We had a long and treacherous 13 hour flight, so I watched many movies and played some video games. In fact, it was so long that the date changed! It was 12/13/14. When we reached Abu Dhabi airport, I got to ride a camel! I actually ...
... so you can see them cycling or using scooters. In addition to this, they can accept lifts in cars from non-Amish people.
Our first experience was to watch a film called 'Jacob's Choice' that detailed how the Amish live and their traditions. Interestingly, nobody is born Amish and they actually decide whether they want to become it somewhere between the ages of 18 and about 21. There is no set age to decide but typically people decide when they ...
... br> Ultimately I made it to Lancaster. My friends, known from one of the forums I use, live above a car dealership and I spotted them too late as I pressed on trying to not be late. I pulled up and stalled the van, then I found it wasn't going to restart!
The bolt retaining the bottom of the starter motor had fallen out and the nut on the stud at the top was gone too! They wouldn't be too hard to ...
... be in a place where everyone is living the history, which to me previously was always pretty meaningless.
Travelled further into Amish country and stayed the night at Inn of Leola Village, an old converted tobacco factory. Our room was intriguing and we had three shower heads in the shower.
Went for a walk before going to dinner and visited the local cemetery. Interesting that none of the tombstones were for people born ...