My initial thought when planning our Lancaster County experience was that maybe the Kitchen Kettle Village in Intercourse, PA (hee hee) was a Hwy. outpost with a giant ma & pa restaurant where you can also get an Amish buggy ride and local goods (read: Midwest truck stops off major tollways). What a surprise when we entered the "village" comprised of many stores with local produce and gift shops. It truly IS a tiny village and worth the stop. We were running late (and wanted to visit Bird in Hand, Blue Ball, and other little cities before going to our final Mt. Joy destination). Love your names for these scenic towns. Didn't know if we should take a buggy ride, but we did and it was fantastic! While we were waiting for our buggy ride (reviewed under AAA Buggy Rides), we shopped at several stores. May be a "tourist trap", but we are tourists and loved this place, even returning early the next morning on our way to Philly.
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