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    Pick up a map of the local and do the covered bridges, that will take you a couple of days.
    Do the Amish smorgushboards ( don't know about the spelling)
    The wife and I like the Colonial moter inn in New Holland, nothing special except low cost neat clean and comfortable.

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    If you choose to see the covered bridges, there are driving directions with photos on some different sites. Just type "Lancaster covered bridge tour" or something to that effect into yahoo. You get to see the bridges and it also takes you through some quaint towns.

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    You might want to check out Lititz, PA. Home of the Wilbur Chocolate Factory and the Sturgis Pretzel House. The pretzel factory has a short tour of the old factory, which teaches kids and adults how they hand rolled pretzels. The Wilbur Buds are something we always have to stop for when we are in the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Losse
    You might want to check out Lititz, PA. Home of the Wilbur Chocolate Factory and the Sturgis Pretzel House. The pretzel factory has a short tour of the old factory, which teaches kids and adults how they hand rolled pretzels. The Wilbur Buds are something we always have to stop for when we are in the area.

    http://www.shoplititz.com/
    Yes, we did that as well while we where there. I still have the paper hat and our friends have their pretzel-making certificates. Fun stuff. Especially for kids, which we have none, but what the heck.
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    Wiggy

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