Sign of the Sorrel Horse

Address: 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 Walk to Balboa!!

A travel blog entry by jasonw517 on Aug 10, 2012

10 photos

... statue once stood. For a tough guy, Rocky's feet were rather small.
The walk back was not as eventful as the walk there. It began to rain so we did not stop a whole lot, not that there was much else to see because we went back pretty much the same way. We were not so much in a hurry though because the rain, though still quite warm, cooled us off a bit from the stiflingly muggy day. It was a happy day, with our "whatever happens happens ...

Philly Cheesesteak

A travel blog entry by tim_jac on Sep 02, 2011

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... I had Geno’s on my last visit, so decided to try Pat’s this time. It was daunting to order. A bit like the soup nazi. Order "wit or witout" (onions), say what cheese you want (Cheez Whiz, Provolone or American cheese) and then move on. No more questions. A guy in front of us asked the ...

History and Baseball...Have I said that before?

A travel blog entry by dblegldave on May 02, 2011

3 comments, 8 photos

... training of the colonial troops by Prussian Barron Von Steuben, and the eventual coming of Spring and Summer when the Colonials used that training to defeat the British at their next two encounters. The Washington statue at his headquarters was a highlight. Then it was back to the hotel and on to a Philly cheesesteak before meeting Laura at the game. I chose Pat's. Later this week, I'll have Geno's! Excellent, but not an inexpensive sandwich...hard roll, beef, ...

Once Upon A Nation....

A travel blog entry by damicofamily on Jun 29, 2010

1 comment, 28 photos

... and The Constitution! (Yes, I know all of these same men did not sign both documents.....we learned that....Washington was off leading the troops)

We met a few fine Patriot Soliders who were recruiting good men (and girls too!) to fight against the terrible British. Well, guess who eagerly signed right up! They said they would finish their duty in three years and get paid $2.45 each and ...

Yo Mama's crib

A travel blog entry by fxmage7 on May 31, 2010

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1825 with the Doylestown Fire Engine Company.
In 1838 the Borough of Doylestown was incorporated.
An electric telegraph station was built in 1846 and in 1856 a branch
of the North Pennsylvania Railroad was
completed to Doylestown. The first gas lights were introduced in 1854.
Because of the town's relatively ...