Oakwood Philadelphia

1601 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19103, United States | Hotel
Prices starting from $227.00
 

Travel Blogs from Philadelphia

Biking the Boardwalk

A travel blog entry by tchester

8

... post office; both creations of Benjamin Franklin. We continued on to Carpenter Hall where more of the writing of the Declaration of Independence was written. He explained that the largest part of the arguing, writing, and decision making were actually made at the local tavern. Hmmm... Some things don't change! When the tour was over, the four of us went through Liberty Hall to see the court room and the room with all the desks where the ...

Enjoying ATL

A travel blog entry by meganmulray

3

... weekend relaxing by the pool, going out to eat, and walking around the city. Sunday was my 22nd birthday and we spent the day eating a southern brunch at a South City Kitchen, then walking around the large, beautiful Piedmont Park. I was glad to have a few more days in Atlanta to relax and spend some time with Pat. ...

The hunt for cheesesteak

A travel blog entry by isy14

... were lovely and gave me a lot of information about the city and what was worth doing. They had things going on each night; the night I arrived, they had a ghost tour planned with free beer afterwards. I missed the ghost tour but obviously joined them for the free beer! I met an English girl called odeillia, an Italian guy called matteo and an Austrian guy called joris (it took me a while to remember his name and I preceded to call him jonas which I don't think went down that ...

Couch Surfing Round 10

A travel blog entry by rplester

6

... injured, captured or died, and most astoundingly about 25% of (white) adult males in the American south died during the Civil war. The Liberty Bell was pretty interesting and since most bells made in that period were made with a mixture of a few different metals they were actually quite brittle, meaning that it's not all that surprising that the Liberty Bell cracked.

Day two in Philadelphia I went to the National American Jewish ...

Getting Around in the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by michelleac

... 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 ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the Downtown/Center City/Historic Area area of Philadelphia, is near Chestnut Street, Nodding Head Brewery, Walnut Street, and Prince Music Theater.
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