Hampton Inn Quakertown

Address: 1915 John Fries Highway, Quakertown, Pennsylvania, 18951, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1915 John Fries Highway, Quakertown, is near Green Lane Nature Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Quakertown

    Feels a lot like home

    A travel blog entry by sandygill on Nov 19, 2013

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    ... seeing how the team came together to treat these patients and co-ordinate the very busy resus bay. Everybody knew their role and very efficiently carried out their job as well as helping each other. On the ward, once a patient is deemed 'medically fit' they are unable to stay on the acute ward. If they still have ongoing therapy needs they must be transferred to various rehab settings, depending on what the therapists and the rehab ...

    The start of camp

    A travel blog entry by tonestar on Jun 16, 2013

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    ... the rooms ready, made door signs, decorated our halls so they had a theme, (ours was a beach theme) and prepared linens for international campers. The jobs sound easy but they can take hours!!! We were able to go to the mall a couple of times, out to bars to watch the NBA Finals on two nights, we went bowling, had ice cream and a night out with all campuses for one last hurrah before the kids arrived at South Street in Philadelphia. We also spent an afternoon with ...

    Okay--I'm going to finish this, even if it's late!

    A travel blog entry by emmachana on Aug 11, 2012

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    ... reservation at a lovely place right by our hotel. We had such a long, but lovely lunch--another chance to practice my Spanish again, even after LITA ended. Following dinner, we FINALLY found the ceramic museum. I never thought I'd be so intrigued by ceramics, but I couldn't keep my eyes off of the fantastic detailwork. There were dishes, hairpieces, walls, ceilings--ceramic designs for everything! When we finished the museum, we did some ...

    Days of driving and stopping

    A travel blog entry by s_jontheroad on Jul 21, 2012

    Valley Forge is another historical site. It was very intersting to me. George Washington Camped here for the winter, left without enough troops and you all remember this history better than I do. But this were bitter times in this ...

    Blue Hill at Stone Barns

    A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Oct 29, 2011

    ... course Farmer's Feast. They don't have printed menus listing what you'll get. They ask you about your preferences and base your menu on that. I got something like 20 dishes counting all the amuse-bouches. It was mostly vegetarian but I think I got one lobster course. Dinner was very good.

    Now I had to get back on the road and find a place to stay. Since it was still snowing I decided I ...