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Old 12-30-2012, 11:45 PM  
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Going to Philadelphia in March. Tips for the city?

Staying at the Hyatt at Penn's Landing. Where are some interesting places to go?

Would like a good place to go out and have some drinks...

A nice place to grab breakfast...

A place to have a nice dinner. Not anything super omega expensive but nice.

Also any other interesting stuff worth checking out. Because it is weird and interesting looking we may hit up the Mutter Museum...a medical science museum.

Heard the Liberty Bell is so so as an attraction. Any better places to catch Rev war history?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 12-31-2012, 12:12 AM   #31
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Old 12-31-2012, 12:16 AM   #32
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Old 12-31-2012, 12:20 AM   #34
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okc = okcupid

It's a blog about self-professed "nice guys" who reveal themselves to actually be big ol' dickbags in their okcupid profiles.

I was just jk though, I get the sense that you're an actual nice guy and not just a "nice guy." With a bad boi side
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Old 12-31-2012, 12:26 AM   #35
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It's a blog about self-professed "nice guys" who reveal themselves to actually be big ol' dickbags in their okcupid profiles.

I was just jk though, I get the sense that you're an actual nice guy and not just a "nice guy." With a bad boi side
Oh. I'm not on any dating sites or blogs. Sorry for my ignorance.

I am a nice guy in reality. I just have have little patience for actual dickbags who get off on being dickbags. Such a waste of life.

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Old 12-31-2012, 12:30 AM   #36
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Staying at the Hyatt at Penn's Landing. Where are some interesting places to go?

Would like a good place to go out and have some drinks...

A nice place to grab breakfast...

A place to have a nice dinner. Not anything super omega expensive but nice.

Also any other interesting stuff worth checking out. Because it is weird and interesting looking we may hit up the Mutter Museum...a medical science museum.

Heard the Liberty Bell is so so as an attraction. Any better places to catch Rev war history?

Thanks in advance.
Tour the Eastern State Penitentiary

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Incredibly cool. This really did blow away every other thing I did when I was out there (well, except for watching the Cards clinch the WS...)

As for food, Cuba Libre was awfully good. I thought Geno's was a little better than Pats (Cheesesteaks). Have your order ready and go with the traditional cheeze-whiz style rather than provolone.

I really enjoyed the Constitution Center for the Revolutionary War history.
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Old 12-31-2012, 12:30 AM   #37
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youll be put in a nice hotel and then if you want to do anything with your lady you will get one block any direction and just go ugh, what a ****ing depressing, boring, dump.

anything fun is outside of the city like people have mentioned (Daleassandros steaks)

only thing the actual city is good for is concert venues and catching a touring band if you like music
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Old 12-31-2012, 12:33 AM   #38
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Tour the Eastern State Penitentiary

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Incredibly cool. This really did blow away every other thing I did when I was out there (well, except for watching the Cards clinch the WS...)

As for food, Cuba Libre was awfully good. I thought Geno's was a little better than Pats (Cheesesteaks). Have your order ready and go with the traditional cheeze-whiz style rather than provolone.

I really enjoyed the Constitution Center for the Revolutionary War history.
Looks very cool thanks.
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Old 12-31-2012, 12:35 AM   #39
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And have someone video tape you... and at the top, kick a SKC soccer ball from the top of the staircase. That would be hilarious.
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The birthplace of America is Philadelphia, the city where the founding fathers lived and the Declaration of Independence was signed.  Today that history echoes in the original buildings and museums of the area often called "Historic Philadelphia."   Lacking defined boundaries, Historic Philadelphia covers parts of the Old City and Center City neighborhoods and includes the Independence National Historic Park.  This list of the top 10 Historic Philadelphia attractions is not exhaustive, but it does include some of the most popular, interesting and informative places to visit in the area. 

1. The Liberty Bell

The Liberty BellPhoto by K. Ciappa for GPTMC

Held as a symbol of freedom both in Philadelphia and across America, the ubiquitous cracked bell is on display along with information about the bell's history and its significance to America.  Free.

526 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106

2. Independence Hall

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Historical re-enactors lead you on a guided tour of the building where the Declaration of Independence was signed. Entrance is free, but between March and December, tickets are required.  Information about getting tickets is available on the National Historic Park's website.

520 Chestnut St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106

3. National Constitution Center

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The National Constitution Center features a variety of permanent and changing exhibits and shows about the U.S. Constitution and American history, plus special events.

525 Arch St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-409-6600

4. Franklin Court

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Benjamin Franklin's house was, unfortunately, torn down in the early 1800s.  Today the site the house once stood on is known as Franklin Court, and it features a steel-framed outline of Franklin's home, a museum with a print shop, a working post office where you can send letters hand-stamped with with Franklin's original postmark and more.

314-321 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106

5. Elfreth's Alley

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The oldest residential street in America, this small Old City street offers a museum and several historic houses, many of which still serve as private residences.

126 Elfreth's Alley
Philadelphia, PA 19106-2006
(215) 574-0560

6. Betsy Ross House

The Betsy Ross HousePhoto: Meg Favreau

Let's start with the bad news: Nobody is sure whether Betsy Ross lived here or at a house next door that has long-since been demolished.  But the over-250-year-old Betsy Ross House has been furnished as it was during Betsy's time, and it features a Betsy Ross re-enactor and artifacts to teach about the famous (if history-shrouded) flag maker.

239 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106-1999
(215) 686-1252

7. Christ Church & Christ Church Burial Ground

Christ Church Burial GroundPhoto: Meg Favreau

Founded in 1695, Christ Church is both where many of America's leaders worshiped and where many of them are buried.  Tours of the graveyard and talks on the church's history are available most days.

2nd Street above Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-922-1695

8. American Philosophical Society Museum

Philosophical HallPhoto: The American Philosophical Society

In 1743, writer, statesman, scientist and arguably Philly's favorite son Benjamin Franklin founded the American Philosophical Society with friends.  Dedicated to scientific study, the society now runs a museum focused on science, history and art in the original Philosophical Society building.

104 S 5th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-440-3442

9. Carpenter's Hall

Carpenter's HallPhoto: Meg Favreau

In 1774, the First Continental Congress met in Carpenter's Hall, a building that also served as home for the Library Company of Philadelphia and as a meeting place for groups including the American Philosophical Society.


320 Chestnut St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-925-0167

10. Declaration House

Declaration HousePhoto: Meg Favreau

In 1776, Thomas Jefferson rented rooms at the Declaration House, also known as Graff House after its owner, Jacob Graff, Jr. This is where Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence. 

7th and Market Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-965-2305


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they moved that rocky statue totally at the bottom of the stairs, by the road, so you dont even have to go near the stairs, theres no reward for walking them

because there are so many fat and old people that cant climb those stairs that tour the city and jump out of busses to take photos with the statue and then homeless person after homeless person that stands there and annoys you and asks to take photos for you with your camera while you stand in front of the statue, tip them/pay them, or just steal your camera if you are dumb enough to give it to them, which most tourists are that stupid.

place is so lame
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