Residence Inn Philadelphia Conshohocken

Address: 191 Washington Street, Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, 19428, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 191 Washington Street, Conshohocken, is near King of Prussia Mall, Morris Arboretum, Sandy Hill Farm, and Bryn Mawr College.
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      Travel Blogs from Conshohocken

      Pennsylvania's Brandywine Valley

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Sep 15, 2014

      75 photos

      ... Ford,
      each with a somewhat different style. N.C. Wyeth, the most senior of them, got
      his start as an illustrator for stories published in magazines, most notably “Treasure
      Island”. The museum is interesting because I recently saw a major exhibition of
      his grandson Jamie Wyeth’s works at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and in 2012 visited
      some of the locations around Rockland, Maine where his son Andrew Wyeth did his
      most famous paintings.

      ...

      Convention Friday,

      A travel blog entry by johnfblack on Jun 20, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... shown one on Wed evening, so that may be up there soon.

      Metlife Stadium is something like Etihad, but open, fortunately it was sunny. Funny(?) Thing is that a few had umbrellas almost as big as a beach umbrella, We had to move once as you could not see over the top. We sat at the very top level but there was plenty of seating - a bit cramped but OK. Brendan worked out where the shade would be for most of the day ...

      Ye Olde Philly

      A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Mar 22, 2014

      57 photos

      ... to New Orleans, and the next stop is ‘YAZOO’ – Jus’ sayin’ like) Washington Square is also home to ‘The Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier’ a memorial for soldiers of both sides during the revolution who were buried beneath. We also took a stroll down Elfreth Alley, (The oldest continually occupied street in the country) it was quaint and cute, and that is all.

      We liked our hostel, and thought we would participate in a ghost tour ...

      Philadelphia

      A travel blog entry by jas20j on Sep 02, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... central atrium with an organ that was played during the time we browsed the store. On the ground floor atrium level is a majestic bronze eagle statue acquired by John Wanamaker, the department store pioneer. ‘Meet me at the Eagle’ has become the catchphrase for shoppers and visitors meeting in the centre of the city over the last century (including ourselves).

      We then went next door to the Philadelphia City Hall. This building, ...

      Philly, You stole my heart

      A travel blog entry by seznz on Nov 20, 2012

      30 photos

      ... City Hall courtyard and then to the Wanamaker Building, where Macy's now is and then back to the car.



      We drove down the Benjamin Franklin Parkway passing flags from all over the world - couldn't find the NZ flag. Went past the Museum of Art whose steps were made famous in the Rocky movie, not that you could see them because they had seating up for the Thanksgiving Parade. We headed back to the city and as we did, we ...