Anyone driving in the US will encounter kitsch diners and gaudy motels, but the roads are too lined with oddball museums and unique amusements New Testament mini-golf anyone?
Winning tip: Cargo vehicle motel, Pennsylvania
Visiting Amish Country on our superhighway trip from Philadelphia to Chicago, we stayed in an old-time caboose( railroad wagon ): the Red Caboose Motel in Ronks. The motel consists of a cord of old cars in bucolic country. On the farm beside our caboose we watched Amish men in wide-brimmed hats farming with old-fashioned implements; we bought grow from women in bonnets and long garments, and motioned to Amish children peering from buggies. The cabooses differ; large sections cater for houses with bunk beds, whereas the smaller baggage vehicle is more essential. Theres a dining car restaurant and even a honeymoon caboose with whirlpool bath.
Doubles from $80 room exclusively, redcaboosemotel.com