Trade Winds Bed and Breakfast

Address: 943 Lombard Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19147 , United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Downtown/Center City/Historic Area area of Philadelphia, is near South Street, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of the American Revolution, Theater of Living Arts, and Pennsylvania Hospital.
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        The Cheesesteak Gunslinger

        A travel blog entry by k.christian on Aug 15, 2015

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        ... later, what can only be called a hero, waltzed into the small kitchen, relieved Foggy Glasses, and almightily hacked into the sizzling meat like a skilled samurai. He dual wielded spatulas and attacked the meat, buns and cheese, skilfully serving my sandwich in seconds. Legends will keep his heroic deeds alive. We were full but there is always room for ice cream right? No. No there isn't. "I'll just get a single scoop" I thought to ...

        Liberty Bell?

        A travel blog entry by teamschmidt on Jun 24, 2015

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        ... warning sounded to call the volunteer firemen to the station, and people with bullhorns began announcing the situation to the crowds. What a bummer! We were so grateful that we had been able to eat. Spontaneously, on the way home, Annaliese offered to take us to downtown Philadelphia on the spot. So we got to see the Liberty Bell after all. Having driven around more today, I am so thankful that we have power at the Goves. Not sure what tomorrow, our last day here, will ...

        Let's Go Flyers!

        A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Apr 09, 2015

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        ... mascots accompanying the cheerleaders on the ice for the anthem. Even so, due to the place being half empty, the atmosphere didn’t seem to pick up any, until the handbags came out. There were 3 fights throughout the game, which whipped up some much needed excitement, and much like the Nashville game at the weekend, the last five minutes or so were on a different level. Flyers were already losing 2:0 then scored a much needed goal. Another one would’ve ...

        Philly - Home of Independence

        A travel blog entry by gavinandpayal on Sep 11, 2012

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        ... to visit the infamous Rocky steps outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art - a movie of which Gavin was a big fan. It was really quite funny seeing various people run up the steps in slow motion and pose like Rocky at the top. Of course, we followed the crowd and ensured we got the same snaps too! There was also a statue of Rocky III outside the Museum.


        Center City Phladelphia

        A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 12, 2012

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        ... only a few people at a time in small observation space and only costs a few dollars, a big contrast to viewing decks on the top of skyscrapers in New York and Chicago which can hold hundreds at a time and charge a bundle. And there was no waiting line at all for me when I arrived just after opening on a weekday morning.

        One of Center City’s highlights is the Reading Terminal Market, a huge food hall near the convention center with both restaurant ...