Hampton Inn Exton

Address: 4 N. Pottstown Pike, Exton, Pennsylvania, 19341, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 4 N. Pottstown Pike, Exton, is near Victory Brewing Company and Marsh Creek State Park.
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    Day 5 - Philadelphia.

    A travel blog entry by fis on Sep 13, 2013

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    ... was going to be the Arch street friends meeting house but it closed at 4 and by the time I got there it was 4:10. The building itself is not very exciting to look at from the outside. Back at the hotel, I day back and relaxed, shortly after my room mate arrived. The tour group had finally caught up with me. My roommates name is Charlotte, she's 27 from Wales. Very easy roommate to get on with. Dinner was provided tonight, we ...

    Day trip into Philadelphia

    A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip on Jul 31, 2013

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    ... of the unknown solider before walking past independence hall where the declaration if independence was signed. We then went into the Bourse Building where we got some lunch and then went and got on the bus.

    Our tour guide was fantastic. We went past Christ Church burial ground where Benjamin Franklin is buried with his family. Past the United States Mint, Elfreth's Alley -the oldest residential street in the States. Past Betty ...

    Washington DC

    A travel blog entry by lesleyrose on Nov 24, 2012

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    ... honestly, this Cemetry is so different from all the others I've seen. There is such an overwhelming sense of honor and pride here - it's tangible. The Cemetry is absolutely enormous (624 acres) and very hilly so I decided rather to catch the tour trolley that takes you to the main areas of interest. And the first stop was JF Kennedy's grave with the eternal flame. This was really significant for me having been to Dallas and seen the place where he ...

    Broad Street, Market Street, South Street, etc

    A travel blog entry by peppz on May 09, 2012

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    ... etc. Thirsty, I stop at a small fruit stand being run by an Amish farmer. Full beard with no mustache, wacky accent, rural get-up. I have my first taste of "home-made rootbeer." Not bad, but not so great either. Strawberries look good but I don't want to spoil my appetite.
    I heard further down Broad St. The area becomes less prosperous-looking and more industrial. I see warehouses in the distance and I think I'm near the waterfront. I followed a ...

    The City of Brotherly Love

    A travel blog entry by rowansblog on Jul 12, 2011

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    That's right, that's another name for Philadelphia...the more you know!

    Yesterday began with me walking a mile or so out to the Ben Franklin Museum of Science. I like science, it's probably in my top...50 things. This museum was full of loads of interactive stuff for kids, needless to say I had a blast (aside from listening to retarded kids all day).

    Near to the museum is the Philadelphia Art Museum. Now I know what you're thinking, after my time at another ...