Americas Best Inns Philadelphia

Address: 2015 Penrose Avenue, (Formerly Days Inn), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19145, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2015 Penrose Avenue, (Formerly Days Inn), Philadelphia, is near Citizens Bank Park, Wachovia Spectrum, Wachovia Center, and Lincoln Financial Field.
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Travel Blogs from Philadelphia

Let's Go Flyers!

A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Apr 09, 2015

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... started looking a bit less inviting. The subways are really easy to use here, and cheap too. I couldn’t find a token machine so asked the lady in the booth… who let me through without paying the correct money as I didn’t have enough change. She just waved me on after I’d put a few pennies in the slot :P

There was a little girl on the platform who, dressed in full-on Disney Princess garb, was doing baseball commentary and telling her ...

Sweet Chilli Philly

A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Oct 17, 2014

1 comment, 32 photos

... And of course Marcus was a hit with everyone. We went back into the city the next day and walked along South St, got a famous Jims Cheese Steak for lunch, walked up JFK boulevard to the art museum to replicate Rocky and see his statue, popped into Benjamin Franklin museum to see a statue of him then chilled out in Rittenhouse square park. That night a bunch of us went to the Victory Brewery for dinner and tried about ...

Couch Surfing Round 10

A travel blog entry by rplester on Mar 23, 2014

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... injured, captured or died, and most astoundingly about 25% of (white) adult males in the American south died during the Civil war. The Liberty Bell was pretty interesting and since most bells made in that period were made with a mixture of a few different metals they were actually quite brittle, meaning that it's not all that surprising that the Liberty Bell cracked.

Day two in Philadelphia I went to the National American Jewish ...

A little stopping point.

A travel blog entry by hollie.orme on Feb 07, 2014

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... park and we all got off in search of some lunch, we walked a couple of blocks and found a little market place full of different delights such as sweets alcohol and loads of meat products. we then had hot dogs from the amish sellers before travelling back to the coach for the next part of our ...

Philly to London

A travel blog entry by hobgoblins5 on May 21, 2013

... have thought I could pull off such a ridiculous trip. There was always an enormous motivation in my still being young enough to travel, and old enough to have some traveling under my belt. No one who knows me will be surprised at starting the trip in the UK. The original idea was to just do a trip to the UK, but I really hated the idea of flying all the way across the ocean to only see one country (or three, depending on ...