Inn at St. Peter's Village

Address: 3471 St. Peter's Rd, Saint Peters, Pennsylvania, 19470, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 3471 St. Peter's Rd, Saint Peters, is near French Creek State Park, Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site, Pottsgrove Manor, and Schuykill River.
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      Travel Blogs from Saint Peters

      Getting Down to the Wire

      A travel blog entry by dutchiesnowbird on Dec 28, 2014

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      Planned departure day, barring any problems is Friday Jan. 2, 2015; which will soon be upon us. Up till now just making lists in my head, now time to do the actual packing. Am a little nervous as to how the dogs will react. It will be an adventure. Home for the next 3 months will be our 2010 Keystone Outback Sydney Edition in a small family owned campground ...

      Chilin' in Penn's State

      A travel blog entry by happyronin on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... some sects allow cell phones, but only for business or emergency calls. Most sects have adopted the use of wind or solar energy. Some sects do not allow their people to wear jackets, but only shawls and wraps or coats of the time. Women cannot cut their hair but it must be kept underneath their cap.

      We also visited the town of Intercourse where we browsed through the shops and wares that were made by the Amish. I really loved admiring the ...

      Philly day

      A travel blog entry by davidleckie on Apr 29, 2014

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      ... After this tasty lunch, walked a few blocks through the (cold and wet sadly) streets of the city to go and see the Liberty Bell - didn't know the history of this before my visit, but now appreciate the huge significance this has played to Americans over hundreds of years as it has been a symbol of the fight for freedom against slavery, then by the Civil Rights movement etc. Interesting to observe (from an outsiders perspective) the ...

      Feels a lot like home

      A travel blog entry by sandygill on Nov 19, 2013

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      ... going to the airport and then wouldn't let me pay a thing towards it! It turned out he lived in Philadelphia and gave me some great advice about how to travel around the city. I was so fortunate to meet this guy - he completely turned my morning around! My first impression of Philadelphia was it was the first place that reminded me of home; a city full of English type architecture and tree lined streets. It was a welcomed sight of brick buildings ...

      The One After All the Flying

      A travel blog entry by notinkansas2013 on Aug 18, 2013

      ... am use to it especially since I would make the trip with my dad every year to see my grandparents. Even so the 24 sometimes more hour trip is tiresome. It always makes me think of the first chapter of the book The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien. And yes, this book is about the Vietnam War but the first chapter talks about what the men carried from equipment to letters from home. And no, I am lugging a tent around with me ...