Courtyard Philadelphia Montgomeryville

544 Dekalb Pike, North Wales, Pennsylvania, 19454, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 544 Dekalb Pike, North Wales, is near Merrymead Farm, Byers' Choice Christmas Gallery, The Stoogeum, and Graeme Park.
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    Travel Blogs from North Wales

    What You Need to have To Know About Weddings

    A travel blog entry by voraciouss611 on Nov 22, 13

    ... the young children to be able to concentrate on their roles in the nuptials, rather than focusing on how uncomfortable they are.

    If you're planning on delivering a speech at a wedding, it's important that you take all the time you will need to practice it. If you never get all the practice you need, it's uncomplicated to forget what you want to say, make a misstep, or leave the audience bored.

    Strategy your speech ahead of time if you want to give a ...

    Streets of Philadelphia (thanks Brucey)

    A travel blog entry by jellietails on Aug 21, 2013

    ... but we weren't heading there really, we were going to the reception venue, right opposite and adjacent to the Liberty Bell. It was beautiful and so close by. It was also the first time Al had seen it - lol, so that was great, he liked it! Frankie planned all the photos they would have and I was just in a 'glass cage of emotion'. We left the hall when it was apparent I might burst with happiness and took a closer look at the Hall and Washington ...

    ENTRY 4: Philly and his cheese-steak : Miam!

    A travel blog entry by alexedube on Apr 14, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... the Titanic exhibition. It was the last day of this exhibit based on artefacts found in the remains of the boat. At the beginning of the exhibition, we received a boarding card with the name of the passengers that we were, At the end of the exhibit, there were three big cards for each class with all the name of passengers of the Titanic and it mentioned if they survived or not. We needed to find if we were "dead" or not. My result: I was Mrs. Martin Luther Ball of ...

    Back in the U.S.A.

    A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 29, 2012

    19 photos

    ... scenery over Iceland . On one side of the plane, Steve and Pat could see the largest glacier in Europe and on the other side, Steve and Sue (and I think Dad) were able to see the southern coast of Iceland, with barren lava fields and rivers running to the ocean.

    On our flight from Iceland to Boston, the skies cleared up just in time for us to get some incredible views of ...

    Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness

    A travel blog entry by cafe_travel on Sep 06, 2011

    29 photos

    ... We learned that the building was mostly original, with original fittings etc and that the signing of the Declaration of Independence took place here. A very important part of American history clearly. Ranger Cos talked the crowd through some of the men that were involved in the signing of the Declaration and what occurred at the time. All fascinating stuff when you know nothing about it. It was also interesting to see that the majority American crowd didn’t know ...