72 Hours In Philadelphia
Short stays require lots of research, as we want to see as many sites as possible. Our trip to Philadelphia challenged our ability to find
Learning Is Fun At The Franklin Institute
While in Philadelphia we stayed in the Logan Hotel. This put us two doors down from The Franklin Institute, which was high on my list
78,000 Square Feet of Food At Reading Market
One of the “must see” places on our Philadelphia list was the Reading Terminal Market. The history of Philadelphia markets go back to around 1680,
They Took Us Up 500 Feet in Philadelphia, And Then We Saw It
When visiting large cities, we always enjoy the opportunity to see the landscape from high above. Sky Philadelphia was located just a block from our
360 Degrees of Animals at Philadelphia Zoo
What would you do if you saw a lion overhead? It seems like zoos are finding new ways to engage their visitors with the exhibits.
Getting Our Daily Bread At Le Pain Quotidien
An especially adventurous day in Philadelphia required us to start with an abundantly sustaining breakfast. A visit to Le Pain Quotidien was just the thing we needed.
A Walk in Spruce Harbor Park
The Delaware River area in Philadelphia is a great place for a stroll. Just south of the Ben Franklin Bridge, we found Spruce Harbor Park.
Historic Sweets At Shane Confectionery
Philadelphia has so many firsts that there seems to be one on every block. Shane Confectionery has the distinction of being the oldest continuously run candy
Join Or Die – The American Revolution From New Perspectives
The timing for our trip to Philadelphia fell just a couple months after the opening of the new Museum of the American Revolution. This brand
All Aboard the USS New Jersey
There were a lot of firsts for us during our visit to Philadelphia. A chance to tour the USS New Jersey was certainly a big