Fernbrook Bed & Breakfast

Address: 142 Georgetown Rd., Bordentown, New Jersey, 8505, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 142 Georgetown Rd., Bordentown, is near Waterfront Park and New Jersey Statehouse.
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Travel Blogs from Bordentown

Postcard from the nanny state

A travel blog entry by laceybronwyn on Nov 20, 2013

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... the stuff, I am intimidated by the hours of researching, photographing, and writing suitable descriptions for them all.

I had other goals for this visit too. Without the responsibility of a 9:30-6 job, I figured I'd have all the time in the world to catch up on some reading. I fully intended to spend several hours a day in the gym, and I also thought I'd get a little part-time job to fund my time here. But I am gob smacked by the ...

Philadelphia -- City of Brotherly Love

A travel blog entry by dhensby on Sep 14, 2013

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... in the United States. The block contained Independence Hall, the State, and later, the National Capitol, the house where the President lived along with City Hall. The Declaration of Independence was written written here and first read out, the Constitution was also done here.

We did a tour with a National Parks guide and learned about the brave men who wrote the Declaration of Independence and then sighed the document ...

What An Absolutely Wonderful Day!!!

A travel blog entry by dblegldave on May 23, 2013

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... tribute to the man.

Interestingly, I went to the visitors center which is across a busy street and in the lower area of what obviously used to be a restroom. How do I know, the entrance has "WOMEN" etched in stone above it, and at the other end where the door says, "National Park Service Only" etched above it, says, "MEN." Am I wrong or what? The ranger inside was nice, but not extremely informative.

I was wondering ...

The day we ate all the food in Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by healsby on Sep 12, 2012

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... for the most part. In the middle of the main floor are two sweeping staircases that lead you down onto a sunken level, so you're essentially in a basement filled with skulls, brains and foetuses. It sounds awful, but if you're interested in that sort of history, it was awesome. They also have one wall dedicated to a special exhibit that they change, and luckily right now they're focusing on Grimm's fairy tales. This was fantastic, as I adore these fairy tales; ...

Duck If You Hear Gunfire

A travel blog entry by kateri.gruber on Jun 03, 2012

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... and I had lunch while he waited for his train. We had a great chat about life, NCCC, and things to do in the city. I was pretty sure we’d see him again. For the rest of the evening I strolled the historic district streets of Philly before hopping the metro back to the Inn.

Sunday was a complete tourist day of Philly. I attended Sunday Mass at an old church I had discovered the evening before – Old St. Mary’s - then proceeded on foot to Edgar Allan ...