Econo Lodge

187 US 130 & 206, Bordentown, New Jersey, 08505, United States | 1 star hotel
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Night 4: Big Apple

A travel blog entry by splencner


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Postcard from the nanny state

A travel blog entry by laceybronwyn


... containing my home address, was not sufficient. "It's for security," they said. So, asked if I could jump on the internet. I was given a guest pass for only 20 minutes and they had to photocopy my passport in order to do it.

I was racking my brain trying to remember eight years ago or so when the press was all aflutter about National Security and libraries. What was it that they'd said? What was the alleged connection there? The ...

What An Absolutely Wonderful Day!!!

A travel blog entry by dblegldave


... s grave is in NYC. I mean, he was from Galena, Illinois after all (although born in Ohio.) I learned there were several cities vying for Grant's tomb, but only NYC guaranteed he AND his wife could be buried side by side. His son made the decision. They say at one time Grant's Tomb drew more visitors annually than the Statue of Liberty...hard to believe.

He was a beloved 18th President who served two terms. Etched over his tomb ...

The day we ate all the food in Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by healsby


... people watched whilst we ate, and then afterwards, because we're massive fatties, we headed next door to the sister store, which was an old fashioned sweet shop called Shane Confectionary (one of the oldest candy stores in the US) to purchase some sweeties. We bought bubblegum and...wait for it....chocolate. covered. bacon. YES!

It sounds gross, but it is divine. We snaffled it back at the hostel, and then fell into a food-induced coma. A good day!

Deej x

Philly - Home of Independence

A travel blog entry by gavinandpayal


... the city was named the nation's capital, a role it filled from 1790 until 1800, when Washington D.C. took over. We took an independence tour of the old buildings and saw the Liberty Bell. The Liberty Bell is right in the center of Philadelphia inside of a pavilion near Independence Hall and is well known because of its large crack.

Being in Philadelphia was also a ...

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This 1 star hotel, located on 187 US 130 & 206, Bordentown, is near Waterfront Park, Trenton Battle Monument, New Jersey Statehouse, and Cadwalder Park.
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