Passport Inn

Address: 54 Fort Dix Street, Wrightstown, New Jersey, 08562, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 54 Fort Dix Street, Wrightstown.
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          Travel Blogs from Wrightstown

          Navigating to New Jersey

          A travel blog entry by eskimo on Aug 02, 2015

          3 comments, 16 photos

          ... very busy with visitors of all nationalities enjoying the views, plants, trees and art along the way. It is one of the sights of the City we had wanted to see on previous visits but had somehow failed to do.

          Exiting the High Line at its southern tip, we crossed to the Hudson River shoreline and continued south, aiming for WTC One, passing Pier 40 with its sports complex on the way. Groups of sunbathers were enjoying the grassy areas that line the path, joggers, dog walkers ...

          Is Food the New Sex?

          A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Sep 23, 2014

          10 photos

          ... lulled their subjects under the yoke, that the stupefied peoples, fascinated by the pastimes and vain pleasures flashed before their eyes, learned subservience as naively, but not so creditably, as little children learn to read by looking at bright picture books. Roman tyrants invented a further refinement. They often provided the city wards with feasts to cajole the rabble, always more readily tempted by the pleasure of eating than by anything else. The ...

          Merion - can we do what Justin did

          A travel blog entry by oil2014 on Sep 21, 2014

          3 comments, 10 photos

          ... course in Haverford Township, Pennsylvania. In 1910, the membership decided to build a new course and chose 32-year-old club member Hugh Wilson, a Princeton University graduate, and fine player, to design it. Merion East opened in September 1912, and the original course was closed. The West Course, also designed by Wilson, opened in May 1914. The Merion Golf Club did not officially separate from the Merion Cricket Club until 1941. In 1930 Bobby Jones had ...

          Head over heals in LOVE with Philly....

          A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on May 09, 2014

          4 photos

          ... 8221; in a low southern drawl. Amy and I have now adopted both the phrase and the accent to talk to Mr. Dehning. We also visited a cat shelter. I think that Amy was going to leave with the big fat cat which she named “big mama”. She could have cuddled her for hours.

          The National Constitution Center started with a play in the round. In the dark, cool room, Amy and I started to notice the oddly shaped figures of all of our students slumped ...


          A travel blog entry by daretoknow on Sep 15, 2013

          9 photos

          ... I got an apology and a refund for the night... I liked that I remained calm, rational and reasonable... a new experience for me! The rest of my day was spent with a fellow traveller from Australia (I don't know how I didn't mention cricket!). We wondered around this most unusual city - it's hard after such a short time to get a grasp of what I'm seeing and feeling but there is definite cultural diversity that commonly sticks to distinct geographical areas ...