Residence Inn Philadelphia Langhorne

Address: 15 Cabot Blvd East, Langhorne, Pennsylvania, 19047, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 15 Cabot Blvd East, Langhorne, is near Sesame Place, Old Barracks Museum, and New Jersey State Museum.
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      Liberty, Independence, Rocky and E. A. Poe

      A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Oct 21, 2012

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      ... succumbed to tuberculosis at the age of 24. We got to walk through the house, up a set of crazily steep stairs, to the room where she lived 24/7, while Poe must have walked up and down those stairs a million times, to see to her needs. The house struck me as claustrophobic. The rooms were small, the stairs narrow, and the basement creepy (how could it be otherwise?).

      After Virginia's death, Poe turned to alcohol to comfort his pain. He was not a drug ...

      A Visit to the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia.

      A travel blog entry by postcardtravler on Apr 16, 2012

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      ... Hall and rung in ceremonies celebrating the ratification of the 19th amendment.
      To this day, oppressed groups come to Philadelphia to give voice to their plight, at the Liberty Bell, proclaiming their call for liberty.

      History of the Bell
      On November 1, 1751, a letter was sent to Robert Charles, the Colonial Agent of the Province of Pennsylvania who was working in London. Signed by Isaac Norris, Thomas Leech, and Edward Warner, it represented ...

      The mattress

      A travel blog entry by ferchumaru on Dec 09, 2011

      1 photo

      Survival tip No 24,345: yes... us migrants are a broad-shouldered race. But never push your luck! Check with local institutes for patching and assembling mattresses classes. For the minimum contribution of $2 (including material, coffee break and a certificate endorsed by FIFA) you will obtain the basic knowledge for when you wake up flat on the ground asking WHY?? and stop spending hours sticking your cheek to the mattress to find the bloody hole!


      The basics... How it all started

      A travel blog entry by ferchumaru on Sep 09, 2011

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      • Go into a state of denial and spite
      • Consider suicide
      • OK... suicide is not an option
      • Call any exchange program company and/or a smuggler
      • Get a trainee visa, working permit, green-card or no visa at all
      • Buy a plane, vessel, motorboat or merchant ship ticket
      • Land in Phillie
      • Work for the Sheraton
      Difficult?..... naaaa! If you got lost in the the way try reanalizing your life ...


      A travel blog entry by sciencefun on Jun 18, 2011

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      ... At first I thought we would just work alone, but as we looked for the first clue we paired up with a couple from New Jersey. As it turns out Miles and I could have completed it MUCH faster on our own, but they claimed to know the town pretty well and thought that might be an advantage. I thought about leaving them in our dust, but we were only doing it for fun and not to win. We got to see some pretty cool places. The clues were ...