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The Amish are known for their simple clothing and simple living. They actually belong to a group of traditional Christian fellowships. And speaking of Amish, one of the best-kept secrets of New York State is the shopping mecca collectively known as the New York Amish Geo Trail. Go on a one-of-a-kind shopping spree along the trail on a charter bus in New York from Custom Coach and Limo.


Custom Coach and Limo can provide you with the best charter bus in New York for you and your group to get there comfortably and conveniently.


What can you do here? Here are some ideas:


Go shopping of course! Most of the shops here operate out of home. You would need to download the Amish Trail map to figure out which homes are selling stuff. Once there, you would need to look for the OPEN signs to go in.


You can get your fill of handmade and homemade furniture, quilts, toys, rugs, baked goodies, and other stuff. Mind you, these are high-quality products that are selling at a fraction of the price you would normally get them in New York City.


Enjoy the relatively peaceful setting. You will be away from the hustle and bustle of New York City. No traffic, no rush hour, no crowds!


In fact, instead of cars, buses and taxi cabs, what you would see here are horse-drawn carriages that run at 10mph at the most.


Take note that the Amish are noted for their reluctance to accept new technology, so there might be some restrictions to observe. One example is that you cannot take pictures of the people and their families. You have to understand that this is their belief and that you are actually visiting families in communities. Also, all shops are closed on Sundays.


Intrigued? Then get on a charter bus in New York and visit the Amish Trail!


New York's Amish Trail is a great way to find hidden gems that are not necessarily available in New York City, and that alone is reason enough to get your family and friends on board a charter bus in New York and visit this wonderful community.


In fact, you would appreciate the extra space on a charter bus in New York as you bring home your loot: hoard yarn, scarves, socks, mittens, hats, gloves and even cute little teddy bears at the Cardinal Acre Alpacas. You can also buy fresh brown eggs and Alpaca beans here.


If you love stoneware and pottery, you can drop by the Hog Shed Studio Pottery. They have something for all pottery lovers!


Hand Dried Fabrics by Lori offers a great selection of fabrics that are just perfect for quilting. You can get your quilt kits, charm packs and other supplies here as well.


Looking for gifts to give to family and friends back home? Head on to Heaven Scent where they have a unique selection of gift items such as native American dolls, premier spinners, essential oils and others.


If you think that your kids are much too dependent on their video game consoles, tablets and computers, why not take them to Jesse's Toy Box where they can get really unique toys.


That's just a sampling of the shops along the trail. There are a lot more so just download your trail map and go there!


But if you are not a big shopping fan, you can still enjoy the Trail because there are just a lot of things you can do around here.


You can visit the Mager Mountain Alpacas, where you and your kids can see these cute and gentle wooly animals. If you go in the summer, you might get an extra treat because that is birthing time on the farm.


If you crave for some outdoor fun, then go ahead and go golfing, bicycling, geocaching, hunting, hiking, fishing, boating, horseback riding, rollerblading, hunting, canoeing and kayaking. You can find all these at the Enchanted Mountains. You can also have a game of paintball, ride the mountain coasters, zip line, have some motor races or go motorcycling. We couldn't list down all the things you could do here, but think of it and it is probably possible to do it at the Enchanted Mountains!



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