Lancaster PA is a geographically diverse city full of exquisite views accompanied by peace and tranquility. No matter where you go, whether it’s the Beach, the City, or the Mountains; there’s no a place like home. And I’m proud to call Lancaster County my home.
The city has a rich history due to the pioneer decisions of it’s past. It’s been everything from the capital of the USA, the birth place of our 15th president James Buchanan, to even serving as a utopia to the fugitive slaves of the south. There’s always something to do here, and this scholarship was a perfect way to bring you along one of my daily adventures.
First, my cousin and I visited the Visitors Center to discover some unknown tourist attractions around town. Around noon or so we went to Tanger and Rockvale outlets, where we went shopping for an hour or so until we joined the Amish for a tour of their lifestyle at, The Amish Farm and House where they give you an in-depth view and explanation of the Amish way of life.
The tour really made us want to reminisce on our city’s past so we decided to go to the Strasburg Rail Road where we really got a taste of the past in our coach car while take in the beautiful layers of the mountains around us. After a long day of driving and exploring in 100 degree weather, my cousin and I drove to the historic downtown. We enjoyed a delicious meal at the posh, Press Room Restaurant, where we indulged our delectable food and the elegant Victorian ambiance.
To wrap things up, that concludes my cousin and I’s historic adventure at our home town, Lancaster PA. There’s nothing more life changing then one’s home town, especially when it’s as diverse, cultured, and beautiful as Lancaster PA.