Haddonfield Inn

44 West End Ave, Haddonfield, New Jersey, 08033, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 44 West End Ave, Haddonfield, is near Adventure Aquarium, Battleship New Jersey Museum & Memorial, Garden State Discovery Museum, and Bernard's Day Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from Haddonfield

    The start of camp

    A travel blog entry by tonestar on Jun 16, 2013

    13 photos

    ... with the campers daily), enrichment classes (photography, film, cooking, fashion, robotics etc), Internship programs at Penn University and a Jewish camp called Yesh also runs. There are more programs than just these, but in Philadelphia and the surrounding areas these are the programs I am part of.

    I am staying in a dorm at Villanova University called Sheehan Hall. Villanova is about 25 minutes outside Philadelphia. Villanova has been around since 1842. It is ...

    Liberty, Independence, Rocky and E. A. Poe

    A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Oct 21, 2012

    56 photos

    ... a magazine editor. He loved gathering, editing and publishing stories, and his own writings were mostly written to make some money. He finally got to publish his own magazine about a year before he died.

    Philly is a great American city. A lot of history, a lot of great places to visit, and just a cool vibe about it. I don't think I'll be moving there, but I would like to visit again someday.

    Stay tuned for our next blog, from The Big Apple!


    A Visit to the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia.

    A travel blog entry by postcardtravler on Apr 16, 2012

    12 photos

    ... br> The cause of the break is thought to have been attributable either to flaws in its casting or, as they thought at the time, to its being too brittle.
    Two Philadelphia foundry workers named John Pass and John Stow were given the cracked bell to be melted down and recast. They added an ounce and a half of copper to a pound of the old bell in an attempt to make the new bell less brittle. For their labors they charged slightly over 36 Pounds.
    The new bell ...


    A travel blog entry by sciencefun on Jun 18, 2011

    13 photos

    ... the unknown soldier, the libery bell (this one required finding an actor on a park bench. You had to run around saying "Give me Liberty" to the strangers until you found the one with the second part of the clue. The second part was a word search. On the ground there were stones with people's names listed and the jobs that they had, like merchant, innkeeper and so on. When you found all the jobs in the word find, then the words you did ...

    On the fundraising trail

    A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Sep 20, 2010

    4 photos

    ... this was truly the "faithful" and not a crowd that needed much rousing!) and then the "dive" into the roped-off crowd for a bit of hand-shaking (don't try to hand the President anything, we were warned constantly by the ever-present heavies with ear-pieces) and photo-ops. A smile of "recognition" and a mouthed "thank-you" from Joe, but Sandra did get to shake the Presidential hand - now carefully preserved for anyone who would like to shake the hand of her who shook the hand of....!! ...