BEST WESTERN Fort Washington Inn

Address: 285 Commerce Drive, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, 19034-2406, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 285 Commerce Drive, Fort Washington, is near Morris Arboretum, The Forrest, The Stoogeum, and Colonial Industrial Quarter.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort Washington

    Restful Ridley and Surprise Storm

    A travel blog entry by teamschmidt on Jun 23, 2015

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    ... that's okay. After having gotten something to eat and a cold drink, we drove out to Ridley Creek State Park. There was a beautiful stone mansion, garden area surrounding the house, horses in the field and forested area with trails to hike in. We walked the gardens and chose a trail to hike. As we climbed the stairs back to the car we changed our minds. We turned on the AC and drove by the winding creek, enjoying it from the ...

    Is Food the New Sex?

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Sep 23, 2014

    10 photos

    ... red meat, refined sugars and flours — because of compelling research about nutrition that occurred after Betty’s time. Betty’s freezer is filled with meat every four months by a visiting company that specializes in volume, and on most nights she thaws a piece of this and accompanies it with food from one or two jars. If there is anything “fresh” on the plate, it is likely a potato. Interestingly, and rudimentary to our contemporary ...

    Its Always Sunny In Philadelphia

    A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 20, 2014

    24 photos

    ... font-family: sans-serif; font-size: 15.634743690490723px; line-height: normal;">It was lunch time when we got there so we chose to eat at the market again as we knew there was so much choice in food! This time we spotted a salad bar which was $6.99 per lb. However, tomatoes, cucumber and celery are not the lightest of foods, so we paid slight more. But it was delicious. It was so nice to have fresh salad and fruit. After lots of places being fast food or unhealthy choices, ...

    Valley Forge and the US Mint

    A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 18, 2014

    8 photos

    ... clay and dirt. Depending on rank there would have been two to twelve men staying in each cabin. There were also about 400 women in the camp, some full time followers who were paid by the army for sewing, washing, cooking and nursing. While most of the soldiers were of English descent there were also other Europeans, Africans and American Indians represented. Over the winter the size of the army was reduced to 6000 because of disease, starvation and desertion. In the ...

    Another adventure begins...

    A travel blog entry by thegreenteam on Sep 06, 2013

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... car, and finding our way to our hotel to negotiate. Not ideal, to be driving a car on the 'wrong' side of the road, from the 'wrong' side of the vehicle with no sleep, but together, Mal and I managed to get us to our lodgings safely. 'Tight right, loose left. Tight right, loose left'.
    We were greeted with a lovely welcome pack of flowers, fruit and snacks from Patti, and were soon all very grateful to be sleeping, horizontally, on our beds.