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Oldie-but-goodies, where the entire LGBT community is not only welcome but visible in the staff and service, include the people like myself, and where you can find speciality Pennsylvania Dutch foods and deli sandwiches and plenty of shops peddling cookies and donuts and pastries. But there’s a lot more to see and do outside of the elementary-school history experience.
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