204/365 Scenes from Middletown

Here are a couple of photos from this past weekend when I was in Middletown, PA. It is a very old town (1755) by American standards, so it has plenty of interesting architecture:

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Then there is this ‘hole in the wall’, which is especially famous for breakfast. You can barely get a seat in the morning (not helped by the fact that the place is so tiny inside). If you sit on a stool at the counter, the owner is right there cooking stuff up on the grill. The place has been in business for 60 years, and they show no interest in expanding. Sometimes it’s better to stay small. ๐Ÿ˜€

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-Tooks in Southcentral PA

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2 Responses to 204/365 Scenes from Middletown

  1. torc365 says:

    Love the detail of the top building and there is a certain amount of charm in an old time diner.
    Love the pictures!

  2. torc365 says:

    Small old-time town, big heart, home cooked appeal. Can’t beat that ๐Ÿ™‚ (plus they have A.C. I see :D)

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