Tyler State Park Hostel

Address: Covered Bridge Trail, Newtown, Pennsylvania, United States | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Covered Bridge Trail, Newtown, is near Glencairn Museum and Escape Away Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from Newtown

    Stopover at Philly!

    A travel blog entry by omilders on Aug 17, 2012

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    ... in Philly Maarten had sent us a message welcoming us to the USA. When we said we were going to downtown he said: Bring me a CheeseSteak... That was actually the second person who spoke about this traditional local highlight. We went to a great market downtown where we saw lots of food items including one of the biggest lobsters that I have ever seen. There we ordered at a counter a CheeseSteak, and expected naivily something containing a steak on a plate. That's not what it ...

    Cheesteaks, Hoagies and lots of awesome people!

    A travel blog entry by travelmad2011 on Oct 12, 2011

    ... on Monday to use which was great. Philadephia has a few nice parks which I explored, aswell as the "Occupy Wall Street" movement which has spread further down the coast. There is a lot of activity down by city hall by a lot of working class people who are tired of the system as its not working for them and they are struggling to get by. It was really interesting to see ...

    2 Crocks on a Mission

    A travel blog entry by pedsptcmf on Jun 14, 2011

    1 photo

    Preparing to leave for a trip to Haiti with Medical Teams International to provide physical therapy care to the injured and disabled in a clinic in Les Cayes, about 6 hours form Port Au Prince. There has been so much to do finishing up orientation, sorting out end of school year business, getting shots and starting anti malarial pills-not to mention spraying scrubs with this mosquito repellent, learning Creole, finishing an ...

    Philadelphia

    A travel blog entry by nizlopi on Apr 01, 2011

    ... Even more controversially - and more immediate - just over the slightly muddy brown lawn separating Independence Hall from the Liberty Bell (a long-broken bell that used to hang in Independence Hall, which was rung to alert townsfolk of America's decision to revolt; now the symbol of American liberty), lies the ruins of what is rather generously called the 'First White House' - the modest colonial building which housed the President and his family when Philadelphia ...

    And Here We Go Again

    A travel blog entry by saundersfamily on Oct 22, 2010

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... place to place. But in a few days the moving part will be over and I will be free to explore DC.

    This is the first time since I was 13 that I have not worked (a paying job) for this long. I almost feel like I need to hit the pavement in DC by Monday to see what kind of short term job I can find, but the other part of me is going to enjoy the time off to reorganize and set new goals. I am a teacher by profession, ...