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College Visits - Philly and West Chester College

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Next weekend, Thursday Nov 7 - Nov 10, we will be traveling from northern NJ to the Philly area to look at colleges for our daughter. Our first stop is Temple University in Philly on Friday, then West Chester University on Saturday and finally Drexel in Philly. We cannot change the itinerary because we are working around the school's schedules.

Ideally I would like a hotel that is centrally located and not have to change hotels.

From our experience the college visits last a couple of hours. This whole college process is stressful and we need some diversions. We've been to Philly and saw the usual historic sites as well as the Franklin Institute. I need ideas of things to do in this part of PA. We enjoy exploring and finding new experiences.

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