Budgen Inn and Suites

Address: 310 North Black Horse Pike, Mount Ephraim, New Jersey, 08059, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 310 North Black Horse Pike, Mount Ephraim, is near Citizens Bank Park, Battleship New Jersey Museum & Memorial, Lincoln Financial Field, and Penn's Landing.
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Travel Blogs from Mount Ephraim

Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by tabl on Dec 18, 2014

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... before going to the Magic Gardens.... Designed by Isaiah Zagar this is a house and garden that is completely covered in mosaic and was pretty impressive. After a wander around the Italian market - a street full off different produce - we headed to Jim's Steaks for a good old traditional Philly Cheesesteak! Boy was it scrummy!! A quick Baileys Coffee on the way home to warm up and the day was ...

Shoes, Bush Walk and Philly Downtown

A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 17, 2014

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... and walked through some of the historic old town areas before catching a Big Bus City Loop that took us past some of the sight that were outside walking distance. We saw old colonial homes on tiny narrow streets, the Liberty Bell, the Love Park and Penn's Landing. We also saw the Eastern State Penitentiary, the oldest prison in the US and the United States Mint, one of five facilities across the country, which produces ...

The hunt for cheesesteak

A travel blog entry by isy14 on May 06, 2014

... saying goodbye to Philly and it's surprising quirky personality that had opened it's arms and gave me a proper American hug. The city is really great and the people are so friendly. I am so glad I have experienced the city and drank in it's sunny glow. Yes, there is not a huge amount to do as a visitor in Philly but spending a few days there really provides an insight into urban America and gives you a chance to taste one of the iconic tastes of the country. But only if you go to ...

So much history

A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Oct 29, 2013

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... s Alley, which is the oldest continuously inhabited residential street in the country, having been built in the late 1600's. We walked to the Seaport Museum on the Delaware River. Part of the display is an old warship, the Olympia and a sub, the Becuna. I toured both. Stacy didn't go into the sub(claustrophobia). We walked back to the subway and headed for our hotel. Another 4.6 mile day.
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Day 37 - Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Aug 18, 2013

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... American food is all the same and I am starting to think that if I ever see another menu selling, ribs, burgers or Caesar salad, it will be too soon! It has been a really good day, although I am still not sure about the city. Something is missing and I don't know if it is aesthetics or the people. Whatever, I think I prefer the cities further west. It will be interesting to see what Washington is like, our destination ( the last one in our trip) ...