The Independent

1234 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19103, United States | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $182.00

Travel Blogs from Philadelphia

On to Philly

A travel blog entry by steveandcarro


... close after lunch and then open again later for dinner.eventually we were successful.

Then it was back to.the hotel to freshen up and rest before walking down the street to a great tavern for dinner.

We enjoyed our short stay in Philly and it was good to see a small part of the city where Ian had stayed as en exchange student.

It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia!

A travel blog entry by fgigase


... we continued our walk. We passed many interesting sites and I had the best time walking through downtown Philly because there was just so much to see! You really had to keep your eyes open and look left and right as well as up in order to not miss a thing! Pete took us to the famous Rocky Steps, where Rocky Balboa once did his preparations to fight in the world heavyweight championship. Needless to say I followed his example and raced the guys up the stairs where we did ...

Philly fun!

A travel blog entry by nikkibug1


... If we had left a minute later all the exits would have been closed off. It was scary to see all the cop cars actually. The train ride took nearly 3 hours. We had been awake for nearly 24 hours and the night before we had hardly any sleep! I fell asleep on the train for quite a whole and we also got to speak to a nice American guy on the train.
It was an absolutely amazing day with an incredible friend and getting to see an awesome ice hockey game! We cannot wait to ...

It's not always sunny in Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by freddiesblog


... had a quick look in Macy's the department store... a quick look was all we needed. Afterwards we walked through the courtyard of City Hall and sat down on a bench to have a rest.

We decided to then catch the 5pm train back to Thorndale so we headed over to the train station. Luckily we just missed a grey blanket that swept over the sky by a few minutes and we watched the rain from the window. By the time we got ...

How it All Started

A travel blog entry by tomwenban


... equals, with equal rights and liberties. And despite their polarising diversity, it is this common belief of ‘freedom’ that seems to unite Americans toward this attitude of patriotism they are so infamous for.

Vital Signs

Biggest Surprise: The Liberty Bell is quite small.

Biggest Disappointment: Kellianne and her housemates were all Vegans. Meh.

This is America: Before entering the State House, we were given a stern ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Washington Square West area of Philadelphia, is near Wilma Theater, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of the American Revolution, W. Graham Arader III Gallery of Philadelphia, and Naked Chocolate Cafe.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding