Motel 6 Gibbstown

Address: 299 Swedesboro Ave, Gibbstown, New Jersey, 08027-1647, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 299 Swedesboro Ave, Gibbstown, is near John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum and Headhouse/Shambles.
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        Aw Philly, we missed you.

        A travel blog entry by jdeak on Aug 29, 2014

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        ... needed. So anyway, up we went northward into the Powelton neighborhood. We found a corner store and popped in to check it out. We bought an apple (part of a new fresh fruit in corner stores program to combat the "food desert" phenomenon) and N nearly leapt out of the carrier to go pet the resident cat (thank goodness for those nice strong straps!). The kitty tolerated his petting and even a few hugs quite well. Our zoo day was off to a ...

        Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Week 2

        A travel blog entry by samandylan on May 14, 2014

        2 comments, 16 photos

        The remainder of week 2 we spent in Philly the birth place of the declaration of independence and the constitution in the 1700's. It's quite a large city, very pretty, full of really old mansions and apartments lining narrow streets and lots of history. It's also full of students, many studying medicine at Penn as the town holds the very first hospital ever built, which then became a teaching hospital. Most of the students we could ...

        More History and Art amidst the Unexpected

        A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Dec 08, 2013

        18 photos

        ... place! Originally, it was built outside of Philadelphia by a rich eccentric named Dr. Arthur Barnes. Living at the beginning of the 20th century, he became an avid art collector, but rather than displaying his works by artist or time period, as most museums do, he created ensembles based on the principles of color, form, line, and light. Each display on a wall could have art of different styles or mediums, but ...

        Day 30 - Moving On

        A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Aug 11, 2013

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        ... Samaritans. This would never happen in the UK. Despite the nosebleed, we get off to the airport roughly on time and catch our respective flights. It is strange Andy going home and the rest of us staying on. We will miss him. Our journey now takes us to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - our penultimate state. More precisely, we end up at an airport hotel just outside Philadelphia for one night, with a single objective - ...

        4 states in 1 day

        A travel blog entry by danielwyles on Aug 05, 2012

        24 photos

        ... s turn to head down the wrong side of the road luckily there was nothing coming and Dave quickly did a U-turn, following this we had to stop as a chair flew across the road from the strong winds moving in from a storm.
        It was getting dark and the storm clouds were moving in as we crossed another state line into New Jersey. Here we found another motel and settled down with some bud lights and the Olympic highlights on the TV. Tomorrow we're going to Jersey Shore!