Friday, February 28, 2014

Kids Fun with Crayola

For a family fun time in Pennsylvania, how about heading over to the Crayola factory in Easton? Crayola is a part of many children’s life, and it would be great if the little ones can have a hands-on tour of this great family attraction.

The Crayola Experience

The Crayola Factory is not a factory at all. Some machines are placed in a demonstration area where charter bus visitors, both adults and children, can see buckets of piping hot melted wax poured into molds to make Crayola crayons. Don’t worry about safety here since everyone is placed behind plexiglass shields so they won’t get splashed by the hot wax or even go near it.
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Monday, January 6, 2014

Quaint Towns & Villages to Visit in Lancaster County

Sometimes, it is good to take a break from the hectic life of metropolitan area. If you love knick knacks and quaint villages, there are a few you can visit in Pennsylvania. You can enjoy charming streets lined with art galleries, antique shops, cozy cafes and local farmer’s market or you can enjoy the countryside to view its rustic scenery or take part in local community events. Instead of just staying in one town, you can always rent a charter bus to hop from one village to another, fuss-free.
If you love antiques, you have to visit Adamstown. Affectionately known as Antiques Capital, you can find antiques here all year round. Located just off Exit 286 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Adamstown is filled with thousands of antique shops and dealers, more than enough to satisfy your appetite for all things vintage. 
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