Holiday Inn Fort Washington Hotel & Conference Center

Address: 432 West Pennsylvania Avenue, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, 19034, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 432 West Pennsylvania Avenue, Fort Washington, is near Morris Arboretum, The Forrest, The Stoogeum, and Colonial Industrial Quarter.
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      Travel Blogs from Fort Washington

      Aw Philly, we missed you.

      A travel blog entry by jdeak on Aug 29, 2014

      3 photos

      ... needed. So anyway, up we went northward into the Powelton neighborhood. We found a corner store and popped in to check it out. We bought an apple (part of a new fresh fruit in corner stores program to combat the "food desert" phenomenon) and N nearly leapt out of the carrier to go pet the resident cat (thank goodness for those nice strong straps!). The kitty tolerated his petting and even a few hugs quite well. Our zoo day was off to a ...

      Field Service & Evening Program

      A travel blog entry by johnfblack on Jun 19, 2014

      4 comments, 7 photos

      ... early 20th century. The population of Staten Island is about the same as Tasmania 500000+, but Tassie is 422 times the land area.

      Anyway a sister from the congregation came with us as a guide, and we arrived at the Kingdom Hall about 8.30 or so. The friends were lined up to greet us African Americans, Spanish, Italian . They were excited in having these international visitors come to their locality. ...

      Arrival In America

      A travel blog entry by zdickey6447 on Mar 23, 2014

      2 photos

      The Boat Trip Was long and boring. We were given very little food, but enough to survive the trip. When we came upon land, everyone crowed around the edge of the boat. Philadelphia was mostly smaller towns. It had its share of factories but also did some farming and agricultural things to sustain its economy. We live on a busy road, surrounded by other houses. They were placed very close together and living space was very small, but at least we were free and had a new start. ...

      Streets of Philadelphia (thanks Brucey)

      A travel blog entry by jellietails on Aug 21, 2013

      ... luggage, and Alex and Frankie came bounding up to me, it was so great... It was like Love Actually when they all meet in the airport. Alex said I looked like a real traveling hippy but he was just jealous of my awesome Caribbean tan. Char swung round in the car and picked me up and we drove through Philly to the house which was appropriately adorned with an American flag and the Union Jack, and India's flag - for Parminder. Just joking, I haven't worked ...

      Washington, D.C. And Philadelphia

      A travel blog entry by howardhalm on Apr 15, 2013

      7 photos

      ... of wider roads, showers with full shower doors/curtains and where one doesn't have to ask, "Lei parla inglese?" before beginning a discussion.

      After a short flight on a puddle-jumper to Philadelphia Airport, we took commuter trains to Daylesford, PA where Matt collected us for home and a home-cooked Asian meal prepared by Marisa. Henry and Lia were happy to greet their traveling grandparents. We went to sleep about 10:00 AM but it was really 4:00 AM Italian time. ...