Fairfield Inn & Suites Kennett Square Brandywine Valley

Address: 719 East Baltimore Pike, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, 19348, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 719 East Baltimore Pike, Kennett Square, is near Longwood Gardens and Brandywine River Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Kennett Square

    Cheesesteaks and Rocky Statues

    A travel blog entry by tomkilbey29 on Jul 08, 2014

    1 photo

    ... yet Philadelphia cream cheese is not one of them. We did manage to find an entire fridge in the supermarket full of various flavours of Philadelphia Cream Cheese however. Normality was restored.

    All things considered, while it is almost impossible to compare the two American cities we had visited, we agreed that Philadelphia certainly offered something that New York didn't. A little more culture, and a lot more of 'real' America.


    Philadelphia Revisited

    A travel blog entry by alan-hamish on Mar 29, 2014

    16 photos

    ... last Mayor of
    Philadelphia before the Revolution and the first afterwards. He spent his 20s gallivanting around
    Europe. He saw what was fashionable in
    England then and wanted something similar when he eventually went home; his
    grand tour was meant to be a year but he stayed for eight. The house was built in 1765. One could only visit with a guide who was
    friendly but not a match for those found in National ...

    Whirlwind Half Day

    A travel blog entry by dlake on Aug 18, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... The kids really wanted to go into the house but dad was too cheap to cough up the money! The house has been well preserved and there was lots of information provided outside. Betsy Ross was a seamstress who was asked by George Washington to sew the first American flag in May,1776.

    Elfreth's Alley

    This small alley is recognized as the oldest ...

    Longwood Gardens!

    A travel blog entry by bushaw on Jun 13, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... like the carpet had been over-cleaned and was still drying out (and moistening the rest of the room in the process). It was a non-smoking room and, fortunately, didn't have the telltale odor (maybe as a result of the "over-cleaning"), but there was a pail with sand and a whole bunch of cigarette butts out on the sidewalk right outside the door (not to mention the cigarette butts littering the parking lot). This wasn't a particularly ...

    Goodbye Orlando, hello Philadelphia.

    A travel blog entry by captaingulz on Jan 15, 2013

    114 photos

    ... best bet would be to book a hop on, hop off bus since we were only in Philly for the day.

    We learnt a lot of stuff on the bus, in fact, a little too much. Our tour guide spoke at about 100 miles an hour. We saw a few churches, Ben Franklin's burial ground, Betsy Ross' house (she sewed the first American flag), U.S. Mint (where they make money!), we went through China Town, Town Hall, we saw the Academy of Fine Art (and there was a music one too) and a lot of mural's along ...