Ramada Levittown

Address: 6201 Bristol Pike, Levittown, Pennsylvania, 19057, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6201 Bristol Pike, Levittown, is near Sesame Place and Bristol Riverside Theatre.
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Travel Blogs from Levittown

Is Food the New Sex?

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Sep 23, 2014

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... what is now quaintly called “non-marital sex” have abounded and prospered; while the cultural artifacts and forces aimed at regulating or seeking to re-regulate sex outside of marriage have largely declined. In the matter of food, on the other hand, exactly the reverse has happened. Increasing scrutiny over the decades to the quality of what goes into people’s mouths has been accompanied by something almost wholly new under the sun: the rise ...

Paris to Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 27, 2014

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... As with any trip, especially longer trips, it's always nice to get home. With the delay that we had, we landed a little after 3 p,m. in Philly and, after getting our luggage and going through customs, we arranged for transportation to Steve and Patty's house.

At Steve and Patty's, it was great to see everyone again. Sean, Courtney, and Kyle were at the house when we arrived. Patty M, Photi, and Christine came over as well. ...

Ye Olde Philly

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Mar 22, 2014

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... Independence Hall Tour (Well worth doing) where we had a very dramatic guide (I wish I could remember his name) who would break in and out of character without warning. He was ear piercingly loud, and loved his job, we left the Hall understanding in detail, what had actually happened throughout the years. The building was where the Declaration of Independence was signed, where the first constitution was drifted but it had also been used as a hospital and a prison since ...

Who's the Boss?

A travel blog entry by ahousey on Aug 13, 2013

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... them to New York without Paul's brother taking us around and showing us NY when he lived there. It's an hour back to CT. Our Beast was safe and sound waiting for us. Off to NJ.

Our plan was to go to Liberty Park in NJ but the weather dictated our plans. It was raining and not such a nice day for a boat ride. The kids were ok with that. They saw her and were satisfied.
Elizabeth and I wanted to go to Carlos Bakery in Hoboken. Buddy ...

Washington DC and Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by blood13 on Dec 23, 2012

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... to an end after some pretty heavy gridlock near Broadway. I have never been so happy to see a hotel room and especially one as luxurious as the one at the London NYC Hotel. This place is beautiful with French doors to the bedroom with a king size bed, wardrobe the size of mine at home and a double shower. I am in heaven! Time to feed the grumbling beasts inside our tummies.... Dinner at Rue 571 hit the spot witH delicious steaks, cocktails and beers to finish off our night back in ...