Horsham Motor Lodge

Address: State Route 611, Horsham, Pennsylvania, 19044, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on State Route 611, Horsham, is near Glencairn Museum, The Stoogeum, and Graeme Park.
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Travel Blogs from Horsham

Getting Around in the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by michelleac on Feb 02, 2014

... about everything (the tourist price list and the local price list). You should also know that the tourist prices are generally much higher (sometimes as much as 1.5x higher). If you can't speak the local language, you are almost guaranteed to get the menu with the tourist prices when going to a restaurant. If you can speak the local language, you should ask for the local price list and you will generally get it (because they know you ...

The Streets of Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Sep 02, 2013

When I have to get up early in the morning I tend to have a restless sleep. It's because the alarm on my watch isn't very loud. So I wake up at 3:30, go back to sleep. 4:30, go back to sleep. 5:30, go back to sleep. 6:30, **** I've overslept. It's rare that it happens, but it happens. As such this morning I had to take a cab to the bus station. It cost a manageble $12 including tip. There are a lot of songs applicable to my travels. A lot of bands and artists obviously ...

Tuesday, May 7 - New York City & Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by philamike on May 07, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... a winding but moving line towards the passport control officers. It took a total of 45 minutes to go from the ship to the curb. Taxis were across the street and plentiful, and we grabbed one to take us to Penn Station.

So that completes my trip to Germany and the Norwegian Breakaway inaugural transatlantic! The cruise exceeded my expectations, as virtually everything was completed and ready for us. The staff and crew were incredible, ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by nadia_simeonova on Jul 14, 2012

We left New York and started our cross-country journey. New Jersey begins on the other side of Hudson River. We crossed the state via the New Jersey Turnpike, the nation's most famous toll road. We crossed Delaware River and entered Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, founded by Quaker William Penn in 1682. In the early days of the colonies, Philadelphia was a leading ...

AAADDDRRRIIIIIIAAANNNNNNNNNNNNNN!

A travel blog entry by bronwenrolls on Sep 25, 2011

13 photos

... of the Lincoln Tunnel meant we were staying put. We all stood in a disused car park in the rain for 2 hours. No shelter. No light. No news. All this aside we laughed, joked, shared food we had and stood in resignation to our situation. All a bit wet but no one miserable or angry.

From leaving Newport at 10am I got to my hostel on Philly at midnight. Damp and smelling like the back of an old cupboard. I spent the whole journey ...

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