Wyndham Garden Glen Mills Wilmington

Address: 1110 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, 19331, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1110 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills, is near Chaddsford Winery, Brandywine Battlefield, Penns Woods Winery, and Baldwin's Book Barn.
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    Travel Blogs from Glen Mills

    Aw Philly, we missed you.

    A travel blog entry by jdeak on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... castle" / former convent that our great friends the Barschows own. It is such a remarkable building in excellent shape. A told me that before they bought it, it was owned by a contractor who had a penchant for restoration, and that's why it looks so amazing now. The Bs were so incredibly gracious and had the kitchen stocked to the brim, so we could not help but eat conveniently at home much of the time we were there. On Saturday morning, ...

    Getting Around in the Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by michelleac on Feb 02, 2014

    ... about everything (the tourist price list and the local price list). You should also know that the tourist prices are generally much higher (sometimes as much as 1.5x higher). If you can't speak the local language, you are almost guaranteed to get the menu with the tourist prices when going to a restaurant. If you can speak the local language, you should ask for the local price list and you will generally get it (because they know you ...

    Final Four for This Trip

    A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Jul 19, 2013

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    ... on a hill, overlooking the Potomac and perhaps more importantly, by burying soldiers on it, it meant Lee would never live on the land again. In 1864 Union troops began being buried there. Eventually the Lee family was compensated $150K (equal to $3.1M today) for their property. Interesting how two families, the Washingtons and the Lees were intermingled.

    I also visited the other Presidential grave in Arlington. Buehler? Buehler? Anyone? ...

    Philadelphia to Birmingham

    A travel blog entry by katyrobo on Mar 21, 2013

    It took us 8 hours to get to Philadelphia but to our astonishment, the immigration line was no longer than 5 people which was tiny compared to Atlanta.

    We got through immigration within minutes but had to wait 4 hours for our next flight and one of the clearest memories I have was when I saw a soldier walking through wearing ...

    The Streets of Philadelphia

    A travel blog entry by laurenbelle on Oct 20, 2012

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    ... inside the market but it probably would've been better for lunch rather than breakfast. I bought a juice and a bagel, nothing from the Amish though.
    Then we kept walking down Market Street to the Mutter Museum. Such an interesting but incredibly gross place. It's basically a medical oddities museum, so there were tons of deformed fetuses, pickled limbs and disgusting wax figures of diseases. It made me feel a bit sick after a while. I did see the liver of ...