ABC Moderno

25, Mantua, New Jersey, United States | Hotel
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Valley Forge and the US Mint

A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 18, 2014

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... at the train station so we could go back into town to do the tours of the US mint and the Eastern State Penitentiary. Before we started the mint tour we stopped for a Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich. The beef is chopped to a texture resembling mince and loaded into a roll which has been squirted with runny yellow cheese. I didn't find it that enjoyable. The US Mint takes up a whole block. There are no windows except on the top floor. To get in you need to show photo ID and ...


A travel blog entry by aldreamsbig on Jan 14, 2014

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... when I saw a Whole Foods Market. What fortune!!! I went in for a bottle of water and some fruit when I noticed a "Sample Desk" the lady behind it was named Pat. She offered me pieces of granola bars to taste and - boy I was hungry too! I shared my story with her about hitching to the West Coast, plus starting the H.O.M.E. project. She was so intrigued she offered to help me if I need it while I'm here in Philly and her generosity was awesome because ...

Taters and Wellness

A travel blog entry by secretiver811 on Nov 25, 13

... pasta plus certain breakfast cereals are restricted. Potatoes are gluten free therefore can be consumed by any person.

Supplement C, This is needed for healthful gums, teeth, muscles plus bones. It may also assist to fight particular colds plus flu. Potatoes contain the nearly all vitamin c out of all the foods from the carbohydrate family. Taters can contain as much as one eighth of the adult requirement. Vitamin C is sensitive ...


A travel blog entry by daretoknow on Sep 15, 2013

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... city is also politically old (it was indeed the capital of the nation at one point) and a place where protests and new ideas were played out. It also has the oldest markets, the biggest wind pipe organ (now in Macy's department store!), and the city is adorned with commissioned murals explaining this diversity. It is vibrant, friendly and passionate but there is also a dereliction and darkness seeping in and out of all these aspects. I like Philadelphia because ...

City of the Philly Cheese Steak-Yummy!

A travel blog entry by pyoots on Jun 10, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... Penn founded the city in 1682 and there are statues all over town attesting to the fact. As a British colony, in the mid 1700's, it surpassed Boston to become the largest city and busiest port. Founding fathers chose Philadelphia as a meeting place, signed the Declaration of Independence, and later the Constitution. A temporary capital, the city was home to a few branches of the national government until Washingon ...