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

      Dreams come true

      A travel blog entry by mikenda on Aug 15, 2014

      44 photos

      ... we felt our feet would drop off we headed out to Valley Forge. Now, I must say that we should have pain better attention to our history books when it came to this part. We both thought that there had been a battle here. Nope. It was where Washington and his men stayed for six months from 1777-1778. Man of the men had very little clothing and often no shoes even though it was winter. They built log huts to stay in that were just large ...

      America so far...

      A travel blog entry by alexandergould on Apr 13, 2014

      7 photos

      ... adults body. My legs didn't completely fit and I had the frame ride my shins instead of the reverse. This didn't deter my passion and we continued on the race cars!! Winnie the pooh's adventure and on buzzlight year's space ranger program - here I scored enough points to get the high score and title of galactic hero (my thumbs were numb by the end of that one!) We went thru the laughter factory at Monster's University and across the way into the stitch alien ride. I sat down ...

      Edgar Allan Poe's house

      A travel blog entry by piming on Feb 21, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... reminded me of one of the houses I visited in New Jersey back in Johnson & Johnson time looking for rental. Loose floor board, thin wall, small walk-in closet, typical NE city dwelling.

      Boys received their 2nd Junior Ranger badge of the trip (1st one at Valley Forge). Both Curtis and I learned quite a bit following their booklet. Afterwards, the ranger even handed us a Chinese version of the Historical ...

      Transition

      A travel blog entry by daretoknow on Sep 17, 2013

      19 photos

      September 15th felt significant. It started out with no plans - but I soon found myself back at Macy's, sitting down amongst the shoe section to await the 45min organ concert. I was soon greeted by a fellow hosteller and so we sat, watched, listened and talked. We shared coffee and cakes whilst sitting inside the city hall courtyard. I tried a pumpkin-spiced-latte which was an experience in itself, followed by two cakes! My companion ...

      Day 30 - Moving On

      A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Aug 11, 2013

      4 photos

      ... Samaritans. This would never happen in the UK. Despite the nosebleed, we get off to the airport roughly on time and catch our respective flights. It is strange Andy going home and the rest of us staying on. We will miss him. Our journey now takes us to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - our penultimate state. More precisely, we end up at an airport hotel just outside Philadelphia for one night, with a single objective - ...