Horsham Motor Lodge
Travel Blogs from Horsham
... the two hour bus race to Chinatown New York. I realise New York has not been finished. Got to leave some things a mystery right. Isn't New York like Las Vegas. Seriously it's me. Not a hope in hell of anything like Vegas occurring! Right?! Well at this point I'm writing from vancouver. I wrote our Disney world trip in notes on the bus trip back to Kate and Charles house. I plan on copying and pasting it below then continue fourth with the candian side of the trip. On wards ...
... for the first time in weeks. The American Liberty Bell center was only a few hundred meters from our hostel so we started the day with what is probably the most significant bell in American history. The bronze bell’s inscription reads: 'Proclaim liberty through all the land, to all the inhabitants thereof’. It was tolled on important occasions, most notably the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence. It became badly cracked during the ...
... to get one more souvenir. During the evening and night yesterday it had started to rain, but stepping outside it was hot and damp again, with the same threatening clouds as yesterday. I guess some more rain is to come out soon. Once we reach the hotel again we request a cab and 20mins later we're back at Philadelphia Airport, our 3rd time here. We're here well in advance (about 4 hours) so we take our time looking around. During that time the rain started pouring down ...
... and two stops back.
Yesterday I got up early (by the hostels standards) and caught a taxi to Union Station so I could get the Megabus to Philadelphia. I was there about 45 minutes early and the bus was about 45 minutes late, so I got to do a lot of standing and waiting in line. The bus seemed a bit dodgy to me. We were meant to stop in Baltimore but instead we stopped at some mall about 20 minutes out of Baltimore and I'm pretty sure we drove off ...
... in the belfry on March 29, 1753. "Upon trial, it seems that they have added too much copper. They were so teased with the witticisms of the town that they will very soon make a second essay," wrote Isaac Norris to London agent Robert Charles. Apparently nobody was now pleased with the tone of the bell.
Pass and Stow indeed tried again. They broke up the bell and recast it. On June 11, 1753, the New York Mercury reported, "Last Week was raised and fix'd in ...
Other places to stay in Horsham
245 Easton Road, Horsham | 2 star hotelfrom $59
1 Washington Circle NW, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $69
- Enjoyed One Washington Circle
- One Washington Circle: Fabulous Hotel, Great Staff, Incredible Rooms, Perfect Location
- Great Hotel
250 Business Center Drive, Horsham | 2 star hotelfrom $78
3 Walnut Grove Drive, Horsham | 3 star hotelfrom $159
198 Precision Drive, Horsham | 3 star hotelfrom $128