Hampton Inn Pennsville-Wilmington

Address: 429 North Broadway, Pennsville, New Jersey, 08070, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 429 North Broadway, Pennsville, is near Read House and Gardens, Old Dutch House, Amstel House, and Old Library Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Pennsville

      Chilin' in Penn's State

      A travel blog entry by happyronin on Nov 01, 2014

      14 photos

      ... and Brethren were heretics).

      William Penn invited the Amish into Pennsylvania and gave them free land to farm in peace and safety. Penn knew that the Amish were good farmers and the food they would produce would help feed the growing population in Pennsylvania.

      The Amish community is conservative, emphasizing humility, piety, family, community and a separation from the non-Amish world. This last bit serves as the reasoning ...

      Cheese steaks and hair straighteners

      A travel blog entry by megenexplore on Jul 05, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... my shoes, tell him to put me down and then ran bare foot on my own. I was in an absolute panic! The street was a crazy sea of people screaming and running. As I got further away from the concert, I began panicking even more, I had nothing but my phone on me and was stranded in the middle of Philly on my own late at night. With the help of the lovely public, I managed to find my way back to the hostel, where the cool guy on the front desk called one of my friends to ...

      The Road to the Revolution

      A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 29, 2014

      18 photos

      ... for America. Popular members include George Washington, John Adams, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Paine, James Madison, and James Monroe. Our next stop was to the National Constitution Center. When we first got there we went into a theatre for the show called, "Rising Freedom". It was one of the most amazing theaters we have ever seen. It was a circular room, with stadium seating, and had a live performer who narrated a light show on the floor, walls, and seating ...

      Philadelphia -- City of Brotherly Love

      A travel blog entry by dhensby on Sep 14, 2013

      41 photos

      ... to go back to Baltimore. Going back meant we had to wait for a diesel engine to come to tow us back, our train could not go that far in reverse, apparently. So more waiting but the gong show was at the station, all lines in the corridor were down and the backlog of passengers being turned away was part of the chaos but the returning trains added to the mess.

      Amtrak turned out to be totally unprepared and stupid about ...

      Day 12--Philly

      A travel blog entry by mitchell-family on Jun 19, 2013

      Well, we ventured into Philadelphia today. Our first stop was Independence Hall. I can't quite put it into words. First of all it was entirely too rushed of a visit. It's one of those experiences that I would have loved to have savored and contemplated for quite some time; however, we were with a tour guide who herded us through on his time. It was a strange feeling knowing that we were in ...