Hampton Inn Philadelphia King of Prussia

Address: 530 W Dekalb Pike , King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, 19406, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 530 W Dekalb Pike , King of Prussia, is near Valley Forge National Historical Park, King of Prussia Mall, Washington Memorial Chapel, and National Memorial Arch.
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    Travel Blogs from King of Prussia

    America so far...

    A travel blog entry by alexandergould on Apr 13, 2014

    7 photos

    ... delay we missed our connecting flight in Dallas but as it was all booked thru we were in the clear and they had us on a flight rather quickly. The weather in Dallas was cool and sunny. Once we had our belongings and bearings we found ourselves in a terribly cold situation! A cold I'll need to get used to considering we haven't gone far enough north into Canada!! My uncle Charles found us and we were able to relax knowing we had made it. The weekend was quiet involving wet ...

    It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia!

    A travel blog entry by fgigase on Feb 05, 2014

    32 photos

    ... beers and we played some more guitar. Apparently there was a club located right across the hostel, so we decided to check it out. Clubs in the states are mostly for 21 year olds, but this one allowed 18 year olds as well, they were just not allowed to drink any alcoholic drinks. It was so much fun and the twelve of us danced the night away, surround by ghetto girls and gangster dance crews. We were without a doubt the whitest people there, and it was an ...

    Final Four for This Trip

    A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Jul 19, 2013

    26 photos

    ... Lee Museum. What an interesting history it has. George Washington Parke Custis (grandson of Martha Washington) acquired the land where Arlington National Cemetery sits in 1802 and constructed Arlington House. The estate passed to his daughter, Mary Anna who married none other than Robert E. Lee. It became the property of Robert E. Lee. When the south seceded, the north needed a place to bury their dead. One General thought Lee's property was ...

    Liberty, Independence, Rocky and E. A. Poe

    A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Oct 21, 2012

    56 photos

    ... view of downtown Philly from there. I can tell you that there were more people there doing this sort of thing than there were going in the museum. So, I made my tribute video, which you can find here if you haven't seen it.

    The next couple of days were spent in camp, doing some chores and some work, with fuel supplied by our first Philly cheesesteaks (chicken version since we don't eat beef). Yum.

    Based on a tip from our friends, the Bullocks, we ...

    Cafe Lift

    A travel blog entry by podan on May 10, 2012

    5 photos

    1st stop in the city for breakfast after a long drive. Normally I'd just be at work, but today I'm in a different state. Life is fun sometimes.

    Eclectic little place, with weird decorations on the wall. Our waitress had tattoos on her calf, both knees and was wearing a summer dress.

    I ordered the huevos rancheros, she ordered lemon ricotta ...