Sheraton Bucks County Hotel

Address: 400 Oxford Valley Road, Langhorne, Pennsylvania, 19047, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 400 Oxford Valley Road, Langhorne, is near Sesame Place and Philadelphia Park Casino.
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    Travel Blogs from Langhorne

    Liberty, Independence, Rocky and E. A. Poe

    A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Oct 21, 2012

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    ... popular belief. The park ranger explained to us how Poe had enemies and one of these was tasked with writing his obituary after his mysterious death in Baltimore. This writer apparently always hated Poe, and invented stories of drug use to slander his name. Classy.

    You can see why, given his constant poverty and all of the death and misery around him, Poe wrote such dark material. The truth is, according to the movie we watched, that all Poe really wanted to ...

    Backpacking!!

    A travel blog entry by ferchumaru on Sep 09, 2012

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    So 1 PESO equals 0,076 dollars?? Or which is the same: with one dollar I can buy a bag of chips, a small Coke, a bus ticket and two Halls. That's it! We are going to Mexico!... Just do no underestimate the exchange rate! You might end up spending more than you budgeted!

    Ok, we know that we can do more things there than here, that doesn't mean you will be able to swipe ...

    A Visit to the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia.

    A travel blog entry by postcardtravler on Apr 16, 2012

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    ... of the Assembly to purchase a bell for the State House (now Independence Hall) steeple. The bell was ordered from Whitechapel Foundry, with instructions to inscribe on it the passage from Leviticus.
    The bell arrived in Philadelphia on September 1, 1752, but was not hung until March 10, 1753, on which day Isaac Norris wrote, "I had the mortification to hear that it was cracked by a stroke of the clapper without any other viollence [sic] as it was hung up to try ...

    The crazy before the trip!

    A travel blog entry by danman21689 on Oct 18, 2011

    Check! One more thing off of my to do list before I leave for Asia on Wednesday-- setting up a travel blog! Getting prepared for this trip has been crazy and after changing my plane ticket twice, I will finally start my travels in two days! Seems ...

    Philadelphia

    A travel blog entry by sciencefun on Jun 18, 2011

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    ... in some cases and you had to do a few steps. For example on one of them you were give a clue about something that looked empty, and using yourself, when you got to the location they gave you a mirror and an empty drinking glass. As it turns out, you had to fog up the cup, hold it over the mirror and it revealed numbers. The numbers were a phone number. Calling the phone number gave you the second part of the clue. We also visited the ...