The Columns on Clinton

922 Clinton St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107, United States
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LOOKING FOR A HOTEL

by jeanlupita

Hi, I´m Lupita, I´ll be in Philadephia in the next month and I´m looking for a place to stay the whole month, I would like to know if there is a hotel with cheap monthly rates? Thanks

Re: LOOKING FOR A HOTEL

by Sevsa

In general hotels that rent by the month aren't very nice because they cater to a transient population. You could try looking on www.airbnb.com and making a deal for a longterm stay or look for a furnished apartment that rents by the month.

Re: LOOKING FOR A HOTEL

by PhillyBorn&Bread

Most monthly hotels are seedy. less than desireable. Not recommended. What area do you need to near? What kind of budget do you have?

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Italian Festival

by globetrotter_2006

IF you happen to be in Philly in May, make sure you don't miss their Italian Festival on 9th street. We got very lucky when we went to Philly since we had a chance to be in the middle of the Festival.

Philadelphia's main tourist...

by Chris501

Philadelphia's main tourist attractions are Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, Carpenters' Hall, and Congress Hall, within Independence National Historical Park. Other points of interest are the Betsy Ross House, Christ Church, the U.S. Mint, and Gloria Dei Church.

Up for a stroll?

by acemj

Philly is a great city to take a stroll. Old City, Rittenhouse Square, South Street, Society Hill, Washington Square and many other areas are full of interesting shops and sights and you'll find locals strolling around all over the place.

Here's a picture of my nephew and my sister in front of Philadelphia Java Company just off of South Street. This is a great are for a stroll and this coffee shop is really great, especially if you have a kid like my nephew. They have an area in the back with a couch and they're really kid-friendly. My nephew was having a great time rummaging through a big box of toys that they keep here while we enjoyed our lattes. Philadelphia Java Company is located at 518 S. 4th Street just off of South Street. Their telephone number is 215-928-1811.

INDEPENDENCE HALL

by Sharrie

Queue for the entry to the INDEPENDENCE HALL which is right across from LIBERTY BELL. It was here that the Americans declared independence in 1776 with the Declaration of Independence & in 1787, invented a system of self government under the U.S. Constitution. The tour by a park ranger took about 30 minutes & will introduce you to the history about how United States was born & took shape. A World Heritage Site, the State House (now INDEPENDENCE HALL) was built between 1732 & 1756 as the Pennsylvania capitol. Flanking it on the left are the OLD CITY HALL (home of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1791 to 1800) & on the right the CONGRESS HALL (formerly the County Courthouse & the meeting place of the U.S. Congress from 1790 to 1800).

INDEPENDENCE HALL was designated as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1979 to recognize the events which has resulted in the democratic systems of government now emulated by so many countries in the world.

Official Site: NPS.gov.

see the Independence Hall...

by GUYON

see the Independence Hall where the independence declaration was signed and the constitution was decided. Open 9:00AM to 5:00PM. Guided tour each 15 mn. There is the Washington's Chair on which there is a sun. Washington did not know if it was a sun set or a rising sun. When the constitution was signed he declared it is a Rising Sun. The name is remained.

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 The Columns on Clinton

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The Columns On Clinton Hotel Philadelphia

Address: 922 Clinton St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107, United States