Kormansuites-Buttonwood Square

Address: 2001 Hamilton St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19130, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown/Center City/Historic Area area of Philadelphia, is near Franklin Institute Science Museum, Rodin Museum, Ben Franklin National Memorial, and All Wars Memorial To Colored Soldiers and Sailors.
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Travel Blogs from Philadelphia

Leaving New York and going to Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on May 16, 2015

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... the beginning of the high line, there were heaps of spots I wanted to go to, but didn't have time. The high line was actually my favourite place in the whole of New York, and I wish I had more time just to relax and sit around, admiring the plants and reading a book. It runs for 2.33km, and was actually my favourite place in the whole of New York. The High Line is a New York City linear park built in Manhattan on an elevated section of a disused New York Central Railroad spur ...

Day 6 - Lancaster to Philadelphia, PA

A travel blog entry by crazy.travelers on May 06, 2015

1 comment, 28 photos

... when it was ratified in 1992.

Then we visited the Liberty Bell and finally Independence Hall. It was amazing to be in the building and in the room where those documents were debated, written and signed.

Next we walked down toward the river past several ...

Visited Drexell University

A travel blog entry by tweinert on Apr 09, 2015

... any questions. By far we learned the least about the campus, campus life and traditions during this tour. Zachary compared Drexel a bit to Northeastern as they are both urban campuses with almost no grass. Drexel's layout was expansive and didn't do anything for me. Zachary was also not impressed. Felt like an expensive second/third tier school. Safe school for Zachary - not sure he would even apply. The Penn campus was adjacent to the ...

Guess who?!

A travel blog entry by zaileia on Jan 25, 2015

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... had to do it a little bit too much, exclaiming to the security guards that she felt like a princess. The museum had a lot of information about the Bell’s history, the various repairs they attempted which ultimately only helped to crack the Bell more. Then we go to see the Bell itself. It was pretty cool, although smaller than I thought for some reason. Upon leaving the museum, the same security guard whom Hayley remarked that there were “no ...

Rocky Steps

A travel blog entry by legoindiana on Sep 09, 2012

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... he left a key for us outside the house as he was out. I am not sure I would let complete strangers enter my house before coming home myself.

We got the Subway over to where we were staying and ate tea there as we were unfamiliar with the area.

The next day we went to City Hall and got a lift up to where the statue of William Penn was. He was an English Entrepreneur, Philosopher, Quaker and the founder of the Province of ...