Bed & Breakfast at Normandy Farm

Address: Route 202 & Morris Road , Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, 19422, United States | Hotel
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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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If it is true that food is the new sex, however, where does that leave sex? This brings us to the paradox already hinted at. As the consumption of food not only literally but also figuratively has become progressively more discriminate and thoughtful, at least in theory (if rather obviously not always in practice), the consumption of sex in various forms appears to have become the opposite for a great many people: i.e., progressively more ...

Cheese steaks and hair straighteners

A travel blog entry by megenexplore on Jul 05, 2014

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... on in the week, Philly was hosting a bunch of events for the week prior - I couldn't have chosen a better time to come here! Wednesday, again me and the two girls decided we would go out together, which I was more than happy about! So we went to a place called "the magic gardens", this is basically a house and a large garden, which an artist by the name of Isaiah Zagar decided he wanted to turn into a massive project, it is full of mosaics and trash, that he has ...

Magic Gardens and other magic bits of Philly

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Mar 23, 2014

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... the South Street area.
Isaiah and his work are worth a read about in themselves, perhaps the thing that stood out most to me was that his work, that was originally considered an eyesore and threatened to be pulled down by the landlord, was saved by the local community through protest and financial backing. Now recognised as art his work has been a major contributor in turning around and developing a struggling area of the ...

Streets of Philadelphia (thanks Brucey)

A travel blog entry by jellietails on Aug 21, 2013

... before I attempted to make up my salad deficit in one-sitting (pay by weight, oops) We then realized that we'd probably spent our intellect on the European art room as me and Char spent the next hour running around the gothic section and laughing at 'Ugly Renaissance Babies' - a nightmare about them woke me up this morning. haha.
We took a quick turn around Kelley Drive to admire the River Schuylkill (skookle) and the boathouses just upstream ...

Killing time until happy hour

A travel blog entry by carlymarie on Jan 18, 2013

... Betty's for dinner (ribs yum) and ciders and then had an early night. The next day, we went through the parkway museums district. We looked at the free library of Philadelphia, Logan square, the Rodin museum, the Philadelphia museum of art, the rocky statue and stairs, boat house row and the shuylkill river. Then we went on a tour of the eastern state penitentiary, a former jail where infamous crim Al Cupone served time. That night, we went to a spice 28 for happy hour ...