Sign of the Sorrel Horse

4424 Old Easton Rd., Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 18901, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4424 Old Easton Rd., Doylestown, is near Mercer Museum, Fonthill, James A. Michener Art Museum, and Kids' Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Doylestown

A quiet night

A travel blog entry by greg.catlin.9 on Nov 29, 2012

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... walked around, up to the town hall district. There are very impressive old buildings including the huge Wannamakers Dept Store which is now a Macys.

I arranged to meet Steve outside the venue for Friday’s show. Steve likes to scout out the venues well in advance. The theatre is in South Street which a long street populated by bars, restaurants, boutiques, comic shops, youth culture shops and adult recreational shops.

We are both tired so ...

Capogiro Gelato

A travel blog entry by podan on May 10, 2012

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Walked by after dropping in to schedule our Crossfit session. Decided to indulge fully in our non paleo adventure.

We both got an affogato, which is an espresso on top of gelato. I got Cannella, which is Vietnamese cinnamon. She chose the Fior Di Latte, which is sweet Amish ...

Life, Liber-dee-dee, And the Parades of Happiness

A travel blog entry by here-then-gone on Jul 05, 2011


... Wind and Fire, Estelle (of 'American Boy' fame), the girl who sang 'I'm not going to write you a lovesong', and many more). Suffice to say, it was overwhelmingly fantastic. and to top it all off, there was yet ANOTHER fireworks display abover the beautiful neoclassical Philadelphia Museum of Art in the Park. I was exhausted, what with all that patriotism. In fact, I was almost slightly confused. This would NEVER happen in England, and I'm kind of glad, but I'll tell ...

Nick and Jess Wedding

A travel blog entry by silja on Oct 01, 2010

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... Hugs all around! After a very warm welcome by Lynda and Brendan, we went to help set up for the wedding but found that it had already been completed, so we kicked back and had some tomato pie. I guess it's a Philly thing to not put cheese on your pizza? :p Yummy in any case. We returned back to the house and had some pie and chatted a bunch. I think I may have bragged a bit too much about the trip, but it is difficult to keep my ...

Yo Mama's crib

A travel blog entry by fxmage7 on May 31, 2010

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... home Fonthill and adjacent "Moravian Pottery and Tile Works",
to be operated as a museum. The home was left on the condition that his
housekeeper be allowed to live there for the rest of her life. She
lived there and gave tours until the mid nineteen-seventies.1825 with the Doylestown Fire Engine ...