When you visit a major natural history museum today, you will see wide-eyed elementary and preschool children (not to mention their parents and teachers) being funneled into an abyss of scientific deception. No matter whether it’s the study of…
Zinck’s Family of Inns invites you to experience their three unique properties in Berlin, the Heart of Ohio’s Amish Country. While each property offers its own special feel and amenities, they all offer a delicious complimentary hot breakfast, complimentary Wi-Fi and friendly Amish country hospitality for reasonable rates Zinck’s Inn is located on the east edge of Berlin, overlooking the rolling farmland of Holmes County. Their cozy, home-like atmosphere and quality amenities will have you relaxing in no time. Located in the center of Berlin, Lodging on the Square is perfect for those looking to stay in the heart of Amish Country. Their rooms are clean, comfortable and among the most affordable in the area. On a quiet street in Berlin, you will find the ten uniquely decorated rooms of The Carriage House. Guests will enjoy the feel of a country bed and breakfast while being within walking distance to shopping and dining. While each location offers its own feel and amenities, all guests are treated to friendly Amish Country hospitality. Zinck’s Family of Inns will make your experience in Amish Country as unique as you are.
Staying here for any reason is a pleasure. Come for the perfect romantic getaway, a respite from everyday cares or just because. Every season is a great time to visit. See glistening snow-covered hills and experience the holiday season. Travel country roads in spring and glimpse new life on Amish farms. Catch the many summer festivals with out-of-this-world local foods or take in the awe-inspiring colorful displays of autumn. Accommodations range from gorgeous villas and suites to secluded cedar cabins in the woods with cascading waterfalls, fireplaces and Jacuzzis. Indulge in a full-course breakfast in bed before beginning the day’s adventures. Special touches may include a couples’ massage, sleigh and carriage rides, gift baskets and much more. Gracious and friendly staff go out of their way to make each visit memorable. Donna’s Premier Lodging is conveniently located close to gift shops and attractions in Berlin, Ohio. Plan your perfect getaway by calling or visiting us online. Directions from Cleveland, using I-77: Take I-77 South to Exit #83, Dover/Sugarcreek exit for State Rt. 39. Turn right at the exit and follow 39W for 18 miles. Once you go through the 2nd traffic light in Berlin, immediately watch to the left for […]
Big Things in a Small Town: The “Small Town” is Casey, Illinois! Located on Interstate 70, mid-way between St. Louis and Indianapolis, this is a perfect place to stop along your journey! Casey has unique shops, a variety of eateries, and lots of small town charm! The “Big Things” include 8 items that are certified as the World’s Largest! Casey holds the record for the largest Wind Chime, Golf Tee, Crochet Hook, Knitting Needles, Pitchfork, Wooden Clogs, Mailbox, and Rocking Chair! In addition, Casey has a really big birdcage, wooden token, pencil, yardstick, ear of corn, and more! While you are here be sure to ring the chime, climb up in the mailbox to send your letter, swing in the birdcage, and visit the Big Things Small Town Workshop to watch us make the next big thing! All our attractions are free and open year round!
We created Landmark Events to encourage and edify families by preserving providential history and facilitating events that prepositionally address the ethical issues of our time. Historian David McCullough suggested that trying to understand the future without learning from the past is like trying to plant cut flowers. All our knowledge, our beliefs, our world-view, our identity, and those of the generations to come are rooted in the verities of history, which are based, in turn, on the infallible and inerrant historical truths of the revealed Word of God. Without history—religion and philosophy, the arts and sciences, mathematics, language, music and literature have no meaning. Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Douglas Southall Freeman rightly observed that “history is the great lamp that illumines every other study; without it, we grope in the dark.” Every person, event, and nation is a product of the past and we cannot escape that fact. See full article here. At Landmark Events we are passionate about teaching history to the next generation. When our children, and we ourselves, study true history they will develop a sense of context, understanding that they are not a random occurrence amidst a sea of random occurrences, but uniquely placed in time. The […]