AKA Rittenhouse Square

135 South 18th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19103, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown/Center City/Historic Area area of Philadelphia, is near Rittenhouse Square, Walnut Street, AIA Bookstore and Design Center, and Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.
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    Travel Blogs from Philadelphia

    Dreams come true

    A travel blog entry by mikenda on Aug 15, 2014

    44 photos

    ... put two sets of triple bunks on each side and a small fireplace at the far end. Washington rented a farm house on the grounds that we did get to tour through. I guess we expected to see more actual artifacts (we did tour the small visitor center with what they have found so far), or not to have it just look like a city park. A bit disappointing after what we saw in Philly.
    All in all, an unbelievable day. I highly recommend Philly tours!

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    Biking the Boardwalk

    A travel blog entry by tchester on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... headed back, took showers and walked to the Trump Plaza to fulfill Morgan's request to try a buffet. Well, it was all I expected. Tasted just like a cruise ship buffet. The pecan pie and ice cream were its saving grace.
    We made it back to the RV around 4pm and decided to head to Philadelphia. We had a place to stay outside Philly set up but decided to try our luck at going into the city first. With only two days until our country's ...

    We The People

    A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 30, 2014

    21 photos

    ... sparked a great debate among Americans. It was created by Congress and President Washington in 1791 under Alexander Hamilton who was the Treasury Secretary at the time. The building was completed in 1797. The bank is shut down in 1811 by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. In 1816 the Second Bank of the United States is opened but again closed 20 years later because of on going debates.

    Next door was Carpenter's Hall. This is where ...

    "Don't you wanna stay here a little while?"

    A travel blog entry by sam_i_am on May 14, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... zoo and the University of Pittsburgh...

    But, alas, it was not meant to be, and so, I am writing this from a hotel in Philadelphia.

    I have heard a myriad of things about Philadelphia, and though many of those things were positive, there were many things that were negative as well. For instance, even though the city is full of history and art, I heard that it is a dangerous city to be in and that I should be careful.

    I ...

    Introduction

    A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 21, 2014

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    ... I grew up in a small suburban town in Maryland called, Bel Air.
    Growing up, my parents have always tried to expose my sister and I to different lifestyles and various places in the U.S. I remember them driving through the projects of B-more in order to expose us to the harsh reality of poverty. It made us become more self aware of the world outside our suburban bubble.
    My 1st opportunity to travel internationally was on a high ...