Wellesley Inn & Suites Carneys Point

517 South Pennsville-Auburn Road, Penn s Grove, New Jersey, 08079, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 517 South Pennsville-Auburn Road, Penn s Grove, is near Kalmar Nyckel Foundation, Read House and Gardens, Old Dutch House, and Old Library Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Penn s Grove

Philadelphia: Following in Rocky's Footsteps

A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on Feb 13, 2014

42 photos

... the “Rocky Steps”, the 72 stone steps leading up to the entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art that Rocky runs up to the song “Gonna Fly Now” in Rocky and several of the sequels. We obviously had to mimic Rocky’s famous climb although we chose to do more of a gentle saunter up the steps. The view at the top was pretty impressive and we could see down the entire Benjamin Franklin Parkway. As we had a photo by the ...

Maintaining Your Online Target audience Curious

A travel blog entry by impartialo047 on Nov 26, 13

... br> The way in which that the readers can navigate: It is not only necessary for your site to be aesthetically attractive but it must also function totally (it must do anything you need it to do). There are several issues that that can be done to ensure that this happens. first of all, avoid place too many calls-to-action on your internet site. Should you have too many, your readers may get confused concerning where you expect them to go next and you can lose them ...

Day 1 - New Jersey City to Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by andrewandtree on Nov 01, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

... driver and we weren't charged the $10 a day fee for this. We decided against paying for the roadside assistance, so we are bound to require roadside assistance at some point along our trip.

It was a short day travel wise today, only travelling the 71 miles to our hotel near Philadelphia airport about 25 minutes out of the city. The scenery on our drive (mostly down the I95) was nice given the yellow and orange of the autumn here.. I didn't see too much of it ...

Day 10 Back on a god damn plane.

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jun 24, 2013

1 photo

... t like to see people waiting around when he's got nothing to do. In the van he called the guy behind the desk a ********, it sounds really funny to hear an american say ********. He apologised for the heat ( Philly was in the middle of a heat wave) and said he will drive fast to try to keep it cool. He also asked if we wanted some music, we said to put on anything, he asked us if we don't mind profanity, which of course we are cool with. He put on some really good gangster rap, ...

Part One: The City

A travel blog entry by sparkeflies on Sep 16, 2012

2 comments, 26 photos

... famous rivals - Pat’s and Geno’s cheesesteaks - sit across the intersection from each other. I’m tempted to try flashy Geno’s (neon and colours galore) as I’ve had Pat’s before… but Geno’s a fairly solid racist and the stories I’ve heard and the content of some of the signs and stickers definitely steer me toward the more demure Pat’s.


I’m not disappointed. ...