Plum Tree Inn Williamstown

Address: 1408 S. Black Horse Pike, Williamstown, New Jersey, 08094, United States | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 1408 S. Black Horse Pike, Williamstown.
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    Travel Blogs from Williamstown

    Is Food the New Sex?

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Sep 23, 2014

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    ... 8221; of the forces of yin and yang. Similarly, macrobiotics also allows for moderate amounts of certain types of fish — as strict vegans do not. On the other hand, macrobiotics also bans a number of plants (among them tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, and tropical fruits), whereas vegetarianism bans none. Nonetheless, macrobiotics and vegetarianism have more in common than not, especially from the point of view of anyone eating outside either of these ...

    Cheesesteaks and Rocky Statues

    A travel blog entry by tomkilbey29 on Jul 08, 2014

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    ... As we sat under the shade of a tree in the park, George said the unthinkable; he already preferred Philadelphia to New York City. While I didn't quite agree, I could see his point. There was a much slower pace to life in Philly, and we actually had the chance to sit about and appreciate where we are, something that was difficult to do in the manic world of NYC.

    We returned to the hostel for lunch before setting off uptown to ...

    Philadelphia Revisited

    A travel blog entry by alan-hamish on Mar 29, 2014

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    ... last Mayor of
    Philadelphia before the Revolution and the first afterwards. He spent his 20s gallivanting around
    Europe. He saw what was fashionable in
    England then and wanted something similar when he eventually went home; his
    grand tour was meant to be a year but he stayed for eight. The house was built in 1765. One could only visit with a guide who was
    friendly but not a match for those found in National ...

    The One With The Historical Shenanigans

    A travel blog entry by notinkansas2013 on Aug 23, 2013

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    In this entry I will take a brief intermission from talking about all things Nepal and simply practice the art of blogging. I have spent the last few days going to and from DC (en route as I type). My dear friend Emily will soon be starting a semester long internship there and flew in a few days early to spend some time with me in Philly. In the last few days we have seen many very old buildings, many very old documents and a cracked bell. We have also explored a WWII ...

    Undesirable #....2

    A travel blog entry by kateri.gruber on May 20, 2012

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    ... gardens were where we got the most community involvement, people bringing over their own tools, or just picking up a shovel to help spread mulch. Pretty cool!

    That week was also Love Your Park Week for the City of Philadelphia! The team was requested to help with a few evening events, such as speed-dating at Love Park! ("Find Your Love at Love Park!") Skills learned: soul-mate facilitation. :-D No, we didn't get to participate! We helped set ...