Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Quakertown

Address: 1918 John Fries Highway, Quakertown, Pennsylvania, 18951, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1918 John Fries Highway, Quakertown, is near Green Lane Nature Center.
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    A Background In Clear-Cut motorola Methods

    A travel blog entry by konsolentests92 on Nov 28, 13

    ... removable micro - SD memory and 64MB on board memory, users can store all of their favorite songs and play lists without compromise. and coupled using the newest Android OS as well as the nation. Timepieces with the leather strap blend well with your business suits and the bracelet ones are meant to add glam to your expensive suits that you wear to parties and weddings. \n \n Samsung Rugby: Call quality on the Rugby is clear and strong, ...

    A foreigner in Our Own Country!

    A travel blog entry by daveandsteph on Nov 28, 2013

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    ... to Dave's parents house, we just wanted to crash, but it was still too early and we had family to see that we hadn't seen in a very long time. Seeing my father-in-law was awesome! And within minutes my Mom arrived, and then Betty(mother-in-law) It was so good to sit down as a family and have a meal together! Betty, even cooked for us after months of not cooking! I even got to see my best friend that same night! My best friend is my sister. I have ...

    Goodbyes, New York and catchups

    A travel blog entry by tonestar on Jul 26, 2013

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    ... up with him in a year and a half. We met at 30th st station and then I took him to Reading Terminal Market where we had lunch and of course another donut. He agreed they were amazing! Then we went to the Liberty Bell and to Elfreth’s Alley which is the oldest residential street in America. People still live there, so even though it is historic and so cute, it is still lived in today which must be so cool!!! We also ran up the Rocky Steps, went to love park and the ...

    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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    ... Overall, this trip was an incredible experience, truly. I learned so many skills that help me to feel more independent, which is especially important just before going off to college. I saw some fabulous sites all over Spain, giving me a really good feel for the country as a whole. I had a homestay and made great connections through that. I really lived in Spain, as opposed to just touring for the whole time. I took initiative with Selena and ...

    T-minus 12 Hours

    A travel blog entry by cbunn on Mar 29, 2011


    ... was offering round-trip tickets to one or the other for US$600. That's pretty insane. Normally, that wouldn't even cover a one-way ticket. And I've paid more to go to Colorado. As I've always wanted to go to Japan, this seemed as good a reason as any to stop dreaming and start traveling.

    I will be visiting a series of cities and towns across central and western Japan. They are Tokyo, ...