Sign of the Sorrel Horse

Address: 4424 Old Easton Rd., Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 18901, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

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

Art Hopping North...

A travel blog entry by sherrikruger on Jun 16, 2015

16 photos

... the tile works is an interesting place, again all cement, just as his home. The clay that is used is local; it is dug, cleaned, and stored on site. Much of the forms used are original from the onset of his company. He did sell the company and it has had two owners after him. Its amazing that when the company was left to go to ruins, that these forms, and equipment did not just disappear. The county purchased it finally and put it back in operation. It is ...

I'm Back!

A travel blog entry by sarunghay65 on May 06, 2015

I know it's been forever and I know maybe no one will read this, but I just wanted to let everyone know that I am safely back in Doylestown. I know it's a bit early, but that's because I was accepted into Teach for America. I will be starting the program on June 18 and will be teaching ...

Palestine, Perth and Philadelphia Freedom

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

1 comment, 7 photos

... a Philly staple. The waitress is an unemployed nurse, who is married to a Phd student from Perth studying in Philly.

We pay the check, leaving the 15-20% tip and join the fast track line. There is no comprehension of the term queue in the US. I have stopped saying it. You line up for the restrooms; you don’t queue for the toilet.

In the line we meet Kevin and Lana. They are up from Virginia for the show. They were also at the The Birchmere. ...

With Liberty & Ice Cream For All

A travel blog entry by travel4eternity on May 14, 2012

94 photos

... buildings and statues. We walked through a blueprint of the former president’s house, complete with a partial excavation and a slave memorial, before going through security to see the Liberty Bell. Unlike parking and most museums, this was free! They have moved it recently, and it is in a very modern, naturally lit room directly in front of the building it originally hung in. We then walked through part of Washington Square, and Jackie told me about the ...

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

A travel blog entry by dubnation on Jul 15, 2011

3 comments, 25 photos

... Dessert was next and ice cream was on our minds. We walked to this cool-looking shop called Scoop DeVille (www.scoopdeville.com) that looked like a throwback to a 50’s soda shop (ok, I’ve only seen one on TV, but this was how they must’ve looked). The shop's motto was not unique: Life is short… EAT DESSERT FIRST! However their menu of ice cream options and toppings more than made up for the unoriginal slogan. Let’s just say if you ...