Dutch Haven is a great little place in Ronks, Pennsylvania and makes a mean shoo-fly pie.
Certainly one of the most joked about names for a town in the country, Intercourse, Pennsylvania is a neat little town in the heart of Amish Country. I’m glad they have put a seat next to the sign and embraced the idea of people stopping for a photo.
Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania once held the infamous gangster Al Capone. While I wouldn’t want to spend a day in jail, Al Capone’s cell looks like it was pretty cozy. At least I could catch up on some reading.
Right in the heart of Philadelphia, Eastern State Penitentiary was an active prison from 1829-1971. Now it is a museum, and a really interesting place to visit.
City Markets are wonderful places and Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia is one of the better ones in the country. A great place for lunch if you are ever in the area.
When you think of the history of Philadelphia, you would imagine a strong masonic presence. This temple is a beautiful building.
This is one of my favorite buildings. City Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is wonderful with a statue of William Penn on top.
This is also from the Model Train Museum in Allentown, Pennsylvania. I love the attention to detail
There were some great scenes when I visited the Model Train Museum in Allentown, Pennsylvania this weekend. Here is one.
I snapped this at the park in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It was just such a beautiful day, I couldn’t help it!
I know all of my Philly people will tell me this place is “just for tourists” and they know a better place. But every time I’m in Philly, I stop by Geno’s for a delicious Philly Cheesesteak.
This tree was so vibrant that I just tilted my camera skyward and took a few shots. The color came through well so I thought I’d give it its own post. This is in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
It was such a beautiful day in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The leaves were in their full fall colors and this was a great scene to capture outside of Independence Hall.
This is Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The statue is of Commodore John Barry. It was a warm and sunny day for mid-November.
The beers lined up against the wall in the bar at D.H. Yuengling Brewing Company, America’s oldest brewery, in Pottsville, Pennsylvania.
One of the coolest little out of the way attractions in the country. Roadside America is a giant miniature village located in Shartlesville, Pennsylvania. I can’t imagine going to see this place and not smiling. This is one of my favorite sections, a small country church.