FALL IN THE AMISH FARMLANDS

Lancaster, Pennsylvania
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$150 

McLean district residents

$155 per person for

non-residents

1
day
OCTOBER 16, 2018
 
SCHEDULE:

Pick up place TBD.  Arrive at 6:45am, bus leaves promptly at 7:00am.  Tour returns at approximately 8:00pm.   

DESCRIPTION:

 

Discover the fascinating lifestyle of the Amish people on a day spent in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.  The day begins with a 45 minute narrated ride on America’s oldest operating railroad. Nestled in the low hills of Amish countryside is the Strasburg Rail Road which has been operating since 1832. This beautifully restored train car is pulled by an historic steam engine on a 9-mile roundtrip journey to Paradise, Pennsylvania. 

Lunch will be a very unique experience in an actual Amish farmhouse where the Stoltzfus family will shares stories of life in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.  After the hearty meal there will be time to visit the pony barn, the Stoltzfus wood working studio and shop for baked goods and other handmade items. In the afternoon there will be a driving tour led by a women who grew up as Old Order Amish. She will tell stories of working the farmland and raising a family in Lancaster.

 

This promises to be a very special day to learn about the Amish people, eat a delicious meal and view some spectacular fall foliage in Lancaster, Pennsylvania!

 

#7002.318   $150 for McLean residents/$155 per person for non-residents, which includes deluxe motor coach transportation, train ride, Amish lunch, guided driving tour, morning snack and driver tip.  Arrive at McLean Baptist Church, 1367 Chain Bridge Rd., McLean at 7:00am, bus departs promptly at 7:15am.  Bus returns at approximately 7:00pm.  

Please make check payable to Excursionaire

 

Questions?  Call Maureen Cyron at 703-323-9040 or e-mail at cyronfam@aol.com.  

Maureen D. Cyron
5205 Olley Lane, Burke, Virginia 22015

E-mail: cyronfam@aol.com

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