Neshaminy Inn

2345 Old Lincoln Hwy, Feasterville, Pennsylvania, 19053, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2345 Old Lincoln Hwy, Feasterville, is near Philadelphia Park Casino, Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Franklin Mills Mall, and Glencairn Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Feasterville

    2nd day in New York

    A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Oct 24, 2013

    Got up and went to our ferry for our trip to New York, unfortunately it was closed! Now what, we decided to walk to another ferry, and on the way we saw a train stop and I talked to a passenger and he told us to keep walking to the subway station into New York. It was a little walk but finally saw the station, bought our tickets and got on the subway. Got off on 33 st close to Rockefeller Square. We started walking. We had reserved 4 bikes on 56th st. We walked by Radio ...

    Johnny's Dance Band

    A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Apr 13, 2013






    I went to see Johnny's Dance Band tonight. I've been a fan of the group since the very beginning. I saw the band's first performance at John & Peter's Place in New Hope, PA in 1973. I had no idea who they were at the time. Four of us had just wandered in and they happened to be ...

    Liberty, Independence, Rocky and E. A. Poe

    A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Oct 21, 2012

    56 photos

    ... use Philly as a jumping-off point to see New York City, which you will hear about in our next blog. But on the way to the Greyhound station to catch our bus to NY, we stopped again at the Edgar Allan Poe house, so that's the last bit I wanted to share about Philly.

    If you know much about Poe, you probably know that he moved around a lot (like yours truly) and that for most of his life, he was poor. The house he lived in in Philadelphia was a small but nice ...

    A Visit to the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia.

    A travel blog entry by postcardtravler on Apr 16, 2012

    12 photos

    ... br> The truth is that the steeple was in bad condition and historians today highly doubt that the Bell actually rang in 1776. However, its association with the Declaration of Independence was fixed in the collective mythology.

    Bell as Symbol
    After the divisive Civil War, Americans sought a symbol of unity. The flag became one such symbol, and the Liberty Bell another. To help heal the wounds of the war, the Liberty Bell would travel across ...

    Blue Hill at Stone Barns

    A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Oct 29, 2011






    It was snowing heavily when I checked out of my hotel. I caught a cab to the train station and bought a ticket back to New Haven. In spite of the snow, the trains were running on time and I didn't have to wait long for my train.

    The snow was much heavier by the time I arrived in New Haven. I dragged my luggage through the snow back to where I had parked my car. It ...