George Washington Lodge

Address: I-76 & US Highway 1, Exit 28, Trevose, Pennsylvania, 19047, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on I-76 & US Highway 1, Exit 28, Trevose, is near Philadelphia Park Casino, Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Franklin Mills Mall, and Glencairn Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Trevose

Capitol and Train Day

A travel blog entry by teamschmidt on Jun 22, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... topped with corn in a unique American way - which were apparently the only thing that didn't burn down in 1812. Desmond put his tiny toes on the cornerstone laid down by George Washington himself. Desmond also saw his first movie in a theater. It was called From Many, One and described how our many states and individuals come together as one nation through the process of representation (it was more interesting than it sounds). The tour continued and continued. ...

Here we go again!!!

A travel blog entry by mortzohn on Sep 19, 2014

12 comments, 1 photo

... my patient and loving wife and companion of 36 years!) and I leave in just a few hours, with good friends Chuck and Mary Ernst and Ida Madera as fellow pilgrims. Words fall short of how excited I am at the opportunity to be a witness to their first camino experience....I can't wait to see their faces as we walk into the cathedral square. This camino begins in Sarria, a little more than 100k from ...

Philadelphia Freedom!

A travel blog entry by gsnenytravel on May 17, 2014

35 photos

... ate food, and even saw NYC! Independence Mall was okay, but I enjoyed the zoo overall. I have made a lot of new friends and everyone should totally go if they have the chance :)

Jenna - I had so much fun going to Philly with Girl Scouts. I love the hedgehogs at the zoo. I also loved the rats, snakes, ravens, and the red pandas. I love the story of the sun on George Washington's chair, so it was really cool to ...

Edgar Allan Poe's house

A travel blog entry by piming on Feb 21, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... city. Hum, should have studied the map a bit closely, we might have saved the trouble trekking in the slush snow, slippery ice.

It's well worth the trip! This National Historic Site was once home for Eddie, his wife (Sissie), mother-in-law (Muddy), and a cat, from 1843 to 1844. It was believed that he wrote "The Raven" during that time. Eddie lived at 4 different houses during his time in Philadelphia. Walking around ...

One full week down in August.

A travel blog entry by vincentallevajr on Aug 09, 2013

3 photos

... that a good percent of the citizens in this country will never make. The adventurous and enduring moment between point a and point b, Philly to Cali. That feeling of 'on the road'. When I finally can reach out and touch the glorious Pacific coast again, that feeling I've been longing for, that sense of homelessness will disappear. Homelessness. With out a home. The art of, not the unfortunate demise.  ...and the countdown continues. ...