Residence Inn Cherry Hill Philadelphia

Address: 1821 Old Cuthbert Road, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, 08034, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Sarria/Sant Gervasi area of Cherry Hill, is near Garden State Discovery Museum, Bernard's Day Spa, Fabric Workshop and Museum, and Biaggio Salon & Spa.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn Cherry Hill Philadelphia

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    Travel Blogs from Cherry Hill

    Philadelphia

    A travel blog entry by ashleyroukens on Aug 31, 2012

    12 photos

    ... works was interesting because it explained the history behind the water supply problems to the city and how they were rectified.I also went and watched the phillies play the new York mets on Tuesday night. This was a good game unfortunately the phillies got out played in the 10th innings to lose 5 to ...

    The fold-out couch

    A travel blog entry by saritabrady on Dec 18, 2011

    ... I missed them, but I had outgrown my town. I became a city girl, even though I loathed Shanghai and the club culture and the money culture and the filth.

    It's strange. I felt hardened after China and the college experience. I didn't feel better than the kids who went to school a few miles away from their families, but I felt 30 years older than them. I felt more grateful than them. I will simply never be part of that "I hate America"-culture ...

    Frequently Asked Questions

    A travel blog entry by wanderingblonde on Apr 23, 2011

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... was for the built-in fraud protection.

    That being said, many hostels, restaurant, etc. in South America were cash-based. For this reason, I mostly used my ATM card and took out cash as I needed it. Then, I only had to pay my 1% to Mastercard, plus any ATM fees. In Chile and Argentina, the ATM fees were HORRIBLE, like $4 to $5, and they set a very low limit on how much cash you could take out at once, so the fees ...

    Not A Good Day

    A travel blog entry by keeleyhope on Aug 09, 2010

    ... apartment building in the suburbs. I parked in spot 225 in the garage, like she instructed and waited outside in the cool evening and texted a friend. She called me back and showed up on her bike at 10:30. Right away she was different that I had pictured. She is in her 50s while her profile said 30-something. She talks a lot. We stopped at her neighbors down the hall first. They are four college students. I was exhausted but we talked for 15 minutes and I diligently told my ...

    What you really need for a year.

    A travel blog entry by llcooldays on Jul 30, 2010

    5 comments

    ... 2 sleeping bags - 2 sheets - 2 towels (beach towel size) - baby wipes - toiletries - medicines (malaria medicine, pepto bismol, tylenol, rolaids, altitude sickness medicine, bandaids, immodium, etc...) - bug spray - pepper spray - sunscreen - water purifier - spare batteries - 2 cameras and associated cords - video camera and associated cords - extra camera batteries and memory cards - tripod - laptop and cords - external hard drive - international ...