Naomi Village Cottages Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... love Lancaster and spent some time there about 8 years ago. On the way, we crossed over the Susquehanna River and passed the home of Turkey Hill Ice Cream. We arrived in downtown Lancaster which is where you find art, museums, restaurants/cafes, theatres and shops. It is a perfect blend of old and new, historic and contemporary, traditional and progressive. It really reminded me a bit of downtown Portland, Me.
We took a 20 minute ride ...
... each other. A highlight was the performance of the SLC guitar ensemble that really did impress the audience judging by the applause. Also, the combined school ensemble that performed at the end of the concert was a joyful experience. After bidding farewell to our new friends we returned to the Holiday Inn in Secaucus to get as much sleep as possible before getting up early to go to Great Neck North high ...
... we will leave snow behind us tomorrow. We are ready to hit the road again. Take off time should be around 9:00, we are packing a lunch from Frettas Italian Food Specialties, an authentic Salumeria now operated by fourth generation, Joseph. His ancestors established Frettas in 1906 in Little Italy, New York. As I said lots of history.
It is 1 degree today, we have just gone over 1000 km. many more to go!
... Golden Age. Operated by his family for over 124 years, the hotel hosted U.S. Presidents (Teddy Roosevelt, FDR and JFK), Sarah Bernhardt, Mae West, Charlie Chaplin, Robert Frost, Babe Ruth and the list goes on. When World War Two happened gold turned colour and everything slackened off.
After a hibernation of 30 years and a 5 year meticulous restoration the Hotel was reopened in 2006 by new Owners Richard Snyder and Sean Strub. Listed on the National Register of Historic ...
... supermarkets are shiny & feel clean when you walk into them.
This little town, Milford, was established in 1700's, the homes here are very cute, most of them are two storey, wooden and have wee verandas out front with hanging baskets, not much garden & small lawn, the same as in the movies like 'To Kill a Mockingbird'. Wonder what it was like here back in the 1700's.