Wyndham Garden Exton Valley Forge

Address: 815 North Pottstown Pike, Exton, Pennsylvania, 19341, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 815 North Pottstown Pike, Exton, is near QVC Studio Park, Victory Brewing Company, and Marsh Creek State Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Exton

    Day 5 - Philadelphia.

    A travel blog entry by fis on Sep 13, 2013

    8 photos

    Well after the dramatic day I had yesterday, I was ready to head out and explore Philadelphia on my own. I had missed out on getting to New York in time, so I had a day to myself in Philly. I would meet up with the bus crew later in the afternoon when they checked into the hotel. I started my day with a shower and clean set of clothing. The only set I had. Then off I went I was using my trip advisor app again to do a ...

    Day trip into Philadelphia

    A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip on Jul 31, 2013

    21 photos

    ... of Art had pictures at the Rocky Statue and then the kids ran up the stairs to the top. Real tourists but a nice break and a great view back towards the city. We then got back on the bus went around Fairmount Park which is massive cant remember how much bigger it is then Central Park but definitely more than double. We saw Memorial Hall and then went past Drexel and Penn Universities, Franklin Field, Antiques Row, the First Bank of the ...

    The streets of Philadelphia

    A travel blog entry by lesleyrose on Nov 24, 2012

    12 photos

    ... and beanies so I was really thrilled. Like I said in my earlier Facebook status update - I was so over looking at least halfway presentable and instead I now had to focus on survival. So it was scarf, gloves, beanie and snap-on earmuffs and I was good to go. I dashed back to the hotel, grabbed my bags and shot through to the Greyhound station. And here I am - en route to New York on my last Greyhound bus ride of my month long Trans American journey. It's just ...

    Broad Street, Market Street, South Street, etc

    A travel blog entry by peppz on May 09, 2012

    6 photos

    ... in the details (cornices, etc). Most are about two or three stories high. Many are attached. The streets tend to be narrow. I walk down a few streets here and there and eventually wander onto South Street. I head into some kind of vintage record store/ used book store run by a very nice woman named Isabelle. I browse around for awhile. She asks me where I'm coming from, where I'm going. I say New York but otherwise don't have an answer for her about where ...

    The City of Brotherly Love

    A travel blog entry by rowansblog on Jul 12, 2011

    3 photos

    ... that I had to find somewhere to cool off. I went into a mall and had a "malt". I didn't actually know what a malt was, although I had heard of them. I still don't really know what it was, kind of like a milkshake, but it had other...stuff in it. It was good though.

    Today was filled with more touristy stuff, nearer to the hostel to avoid the heat (36 today!).

    There are a few city blocks which are counted as a National Park, as they contain old houses and ...