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Private Philadelphia and Amish Country Day Trip from New York
"You will be met in the morning by your own private driver-guide and vehicle at the New York City location of your choice.  Together you will travel to Philadelphia Pennsylvania.  There you will explore the historic Independence Mall with Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.  You will stroll through America’s oldest neighborhood Elfreth Ally with its cobbled street and Georgian and Federal-style houses.  You will pass by Betsy Ross’s House-birthplace of the American flag; the original President’s House; Christ Church’s Burial Ground with the graves of some of America’s earliest prominent leaders; the First Bank of the United State and more.  Lunch will be had at the bustling Reading Terminal Market
From $899.00
 
Philadelphia Historical Independence Walking Tour
"Are you tired of going on tours in which the guide knows less than you do? The guides for Bow Tie Tours are teachers not actors or college students who have studied a cram sheet and they are well-trained in providing people information in an interesting and entertaining manner whether you are a parent with young children or a college professor looking to gain insight into the historical activities of Philadelphia. Join us as we see Independence Hall Declaration House Franklin Court the Betsy Ross House
From $20.00
 
Double-Decker Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour of Philadelphia
"Board the open-top double-decker bus at any of the 27 stops covering 16 miles of Philadelphia. Ride the full 1.5-hour loop with live commentary on board and enjoy access to 100 of the city's most popular attractions and landmarks. Hop on and off as you please!Travel at your leisure with this valuable today and tomorrow pass that allows to explore with added value of transportation throughout Downtown"""This hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour lets you experience the rich history and legendary sights of Philadelphia with ease. Take advantage of this 2 day pass that allows you to explore Philadelphia with the added value of transportatation. Expert local gui including the Liberty Bell Independence Hall and the US Mint. Aboard the double-decker bus
From $32.00

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Bookbinder's

This place has been around since 1865, so I gotta give it some credit. Any place that can stick around that long has to have some good qualities (it did close for a few years, but reopened in late 2004). And in fact, the food's not bad, but it's outrageously priced for what you get. The original in Old City (2nd and Walnut) has now reopened after being closed for a few years and I hear the food is good, but still way overpriced. There's another one in Center City at 15th and Walnut.

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acemj
Aug 06, 2005

Bookbinders (both of them) are...

Bookbinders (both of them) are very average for food (if not below average), but very high for prices. There are many other very good fish restaurants to try. If you care about good food and value for money spent, stay away.

CWL
Aug 24, 2002
 
 
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City Hall

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Historical Society of Pennsylvania

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St. Mark's Episcopal Church

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