1732 Folke Stone Bed and Breakfast

Address: 777 Copeland School Rd, West Chester, Pennsylvania, 19380, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 777 Copeland School Rd, West Chester, is near The Choo Choo Barn And The Shops Of Traintown, QVC Studio Park, Victory Brewing Company, and West Chester Restaurant Festival.
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      A travel blog entry by peter-linda on Sep 10, 2014

      We woke early and Russ took us driving through Amish country to Country Lane Quilts, an Amish Farm, that makes quilts, quillows and has Farm Stays. Maybe next time we visit Pennsylvania we will have more time to experience the Amish lifestyle and have a buggy ride. I bought 2 Autumn Colour Quillows. Quillows are quilted throws that fold up into a pillow about 12 x 12. They cost USD42 each and are hand-made and are absolutely beautiful. I hope Enid ...

      Making Full Game In GTA 4

      A travel blog entry by saltice07 on May 12, 2014

      ... of a blur, so I'm nonetheless pleased that people built a game title that individuals enjoy up to they are doing and pulled it off. The adjustments of Vice City Stories aren't hard to recall, but at the same moment, they're not easy or fundamental. Almost every button to the Vita will be utilized while enjoying the overall game. The layout isn't difficult to get used to, nevertheless the complexity doesn't come ...

      Final Four for This Trip

      A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Jul 19, 2013

      26 photos

      ... on a hill, overlooking the Potomac and perhaps more importantly, by burying soldiers on it, it meant Lee would never live on the land again. In 1864 Union troops began being buried there. Eventually the Lee family was compensated $150K (equal to $3.1M today) for their property. Interesting how two families, the Washingtons and the Lees were intermingled.

      I also visited the other Presidential grave in Arlington. Buehler? Buehler? Anyone? ...

      Franklin's Amazing Life and the Pursuit of Liberty

      A travel blog entry by dnkmartz on Sep 24, 2012

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      ... We had early reservations for the Independence Hall Tour. It was fascinating to see and actually be in the room where the Founding Fathers of Our Country: Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Franklin, Richard Henry Lee and many more representatives from the Colonies, met to work and discuss issues towards gaining Independence from Great Britain. Not all representatives agreed to the original "Declaration of ...

      Finally back home!

      A travel blog entry by mcgovern on Aug 12, 2012

      August 12 - by Emma

      Today when I woke up I was really excited because we were going to be home today!!! I am most excited to see my dog because every day I run my hand through his hair, and I miss that! Before we left to go to the house we had to clean up the RV a bit. When we started driving I couldn't stop smiling, and when we got to the places that I recognized I was sooooooooooo happy. I didn't want to ...