We have booked a few days away in September to Lancaster (city) in Pennsylvania. We are staying in a hotel right down town, as we figured we could tour the neighbouring areas during the day. Park up the truck and have dinner in the city at night. We found where we stayed last year in Ohio, we had to travel everywhere by truck. This way we can explore the city by foot.
We have never been so am open to suggestions on what we must see and what to avoid etc. I mentioned to dh that you guys always come up with great suggestions. We travel the middle of September and are booked in the hotel for five days, with the possibility of staying more if we still have more to see.
The only big downer about all of this is the exchange rate for the US $ against the CDN $. We ending up paying close to $1.30 CDN for every US $ the hotel charged us. So unless there is some major change I won't be buying much when I am down there; which sucks as there is a big outlet mall that I know I am going to visit.
Of course I want to visit some of the "Amish" attractions, but will say I suspect they will be very commercialized, which does not appeal to me.
Are you going on vacation this year and if so where too?