Details: Where to Stay, Where to Eat

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

GETTING THERE: Nazareth is a 3 1/2 -to-four-hour drive from Washington. MapQuest will send you there via Interstate 95 through Philadelphia, but that's a drab route marked by frequent tolls. Better to pick up I-83 north of Baltimore, then proceed to interstates 81 and 78 before getting on Route 191 north and into town.

WHERE TO EAT: The Nazareth Diner (248 Broad St., 610-759-8555) offers a 10-page menu of filling food for not much money: A sub, fries and drink can cost less than $10. Sicily Restaurant and Pizza (18 E. Lawn Rd., 610-759-1322) will fill you up with classic red-sauce Italian American food; entrees start at $10.

WHERE TO STAY: Nazareth bed-and-breakfasts include the Classic Victorian Estate (35 N. New St., 610-759-8276), with rooms from $105; it's a short walk from Martin Guitar. Other lodging options include chain hotels in nearby Easton such as Hampton Inn (3723 Easton-Nazareth Hwy., 610-250-6500,; rooms from $139 double) and Quality Inn (185 S. Third St., 610-253-9131,; from $70).

INFO: Pennsylvania Tourism Office,800-847-4872,

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