Bed & Breakfast at Normandy Farm

Address: Route 202 & Morris Road , Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, 19422, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Route 202 & Morris Road , Blue Bell, is near Merrymead Farm, The Stoogeum, Sandy Hill Farm, and Peter Wentz Farmstead.
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Travel Blogs from Blue Bell

Is Food the New Sex?

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Sep 23, 2014

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... Despite this long history, though, it is clear that vegetarianism apart from its role in religious movements did not really take off as a mass movement until relatively recently. Even so, its contemporary success has been remarkable. Pushed perhaps by the synergistic public interest in macrobiotics and nutritional health, and nudged also by occasional rallying books including Peter Singer’s Animal Rights and Matthew Scully’s Dominion, vegetarianism today ...

Its Always Sunny In Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 20, 2014

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... and chips, which was nice but only small as we were still full from the ice creams!! I don't think rocking in the hammock helped either! After a while we headed back for a good sleep before our last morning in Philly!

Tuesday 22nd July

Valley Forge and the US Mint

A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 18, 2014

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... the usual security process. No photography is allowed inside the mint. We went up to the second floor where we watched a short movie and looked at displays about the history of the US mint. On the third floor there are large windows that enabled us to look down on the different stages of the coin making process. There are touch screen information panels at each stage. The US mint in Philly is the biggest facility in the world and is capable of producing 50 million coins ...

Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by jas20j on Sep 01, 2013

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After catching up with Adam and Nikki via SKYPE, we headed down to the Old City and Historic Area. We were interested to find out that Philadelphia was the first capital city of the United States so there is much history to explore.

First stop was the Independence Visitors Centre where we picked up our allocated time tickets to see the nation’s first congress hall and watched 2 movies about the lead up to the signing ...

It's not always sunny in Philadephia

A travel blog entry by tannerhall on Aug 28, 2013

... some really nice buildings. I wanted to go out to see the Rocky Steps but we were running out of time. In fact, we would have had plenty of time as we didn't really need to get to the bus station a whole hour early, but we weren't going to risk it after yesterday's incident where we missed the train. Finally we headed back to the Port Authority, walked around Time Square for a little bit and then caught the hour long bus back to Susy's. ...