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|If you are an antique enthusiast, you can not beat the selection to be found in Adamstown. The very near town of Denver also has quite a few. It takes at least a weekend to visit all of the shops and dealers. There is a very nice Holiday Inn right off of the turnpike entrance just a half mile from the start of the antiques shops. Room costs are roughly $70/night. They serve a very nice breakfast buffet for about $5. It's quite a nice deal.
There are at least 2 diners, 3 or 4 family restaurants and 2 or 3 very nice upscale restaurants. The Stoudt's Brewery & German Village is located there and has lots of fun activities year round. If you enjoy antiquing, this is one of the greatest weekend getaways in the US.
The antique prices range from dirt cheap to you've got to be kidding. Most however fall into the, that's going home with me range.
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