Residence Inn Philadelphia Langhorne

Address: 15 Cabot Blvd E, Langhorne, Pennsylvania, 19047-1801, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 15 Cabot Blvd E, Langhorne, is near Sesame Place, Old Barracks Museum, and New Jersey State Museum.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn Philadelphia Langhorne

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Langhorne

          Palestine, Perth and Philadelphia Freedom

          A travel blog entry by greg.catlin.9 on Nov 30, 2012

          1 comment, 7 photos

          ... would have been 10 years ago.

          The Figgs come on and do a short sharp set. Very entertaining.

          Then the main show starts. There is an immediate buzz, GP can sense it and notes it after the opening three songs. Halfway through people start standing up and grooving in the seated section, no-one tells them to sit down. So when in Rome...

          Everyone is up and moving, except the spouse of the bloke in front of me. He 55+ and is going bananas under the nose of ...

          With Liberty & Ice Cream For All

          A travel blog entry by travel4eternity on May 14, 2012

          94 photos

          ... in Philadelphia for years, so knew all these facts about that. And she knew a lot about New Jersey, because she lives on the Shore year-round now – for example, she told me about the governor of Newark, and how well he's been dealing with all of the city's serious crime problems. And we saw a truck labeled with a word ending in "-ian", which she told me is an Armenian ending to last names – her husband was Armenian. (The truck, sadly, was ...

          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

          1 photo

          • 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 ...

          Day 1: "...And It Begins..."

          A travel blog entry by dubnation on Jul 15, 2011

          3 comments, 25 photos

          ... didn’t hang there too long.

          As we moseyed along, I noticed Jadin and Aria starting to get a little nervous. My intuition was Philly was shockingly different then they thought. The city is very dense with small blocks and lots of people moving and standing around. In fact, more people per-capital walk to work in Philadelphia than in any other city in the U.S. (a research fact I learned while planning our trip). It was late Friday afternoon so ...