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Last year, my husband and I took a trip to Philly. It was totally out of the blue. We both happened to have the same five days off in a row, so we knew we had to take advantage of it and go somewhere. We were not really planning (or budgeting!) for a trip, so we just googled “cheap flights out of miami” and decided we would go wherever it would be cheapest. I thought we were going to get sent into the middle of nowhere, but when we found two round trips to Philly for a total of $100, we knew we had to take advantage of it. We booked a hotel and left the following day.
When we landed in Philly, we rented a car and decided to go out driving. We went to the Hershey factory and saw the theme park as well. Then we got back in our car and headed to Amish Country. That was such a fun experience! We took a little tour that left us in a little bake shop where we bought some fresh dinner rolls and a jar of their homemade peach salsa. Oh my gosh, it was so delicious. We ate that all the way back to the hotel.
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Quick Tip: Feel free to add some diced pineapple as well