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, Theater of Living Arts, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of the American Revolution, and Pennsylvania Hospital.
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    Philadelphia, The Cradle of Liberty

    A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... and signing of The Declaration of Independence and later the drafting of the U.S. Constitution. The six of us from Orlando had recently watched the musical "1776" together and so could easily imagine the founding fathers arguing their points in this room while John Hancock swatted flies! Click on the photo of Ranger Joanna showing the chair back detail for information about the ...

    Final Day in Philadelphia

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Dec 09, 2013

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    ... it both an educational and enjoyable lecture, and fielding our questions well.
    Finally, we had a final lunch at Davio's. It was another excellent meal, and the other participants were able to share a some parting words before we were off.
    What did I learn about Philadelphia? That it is a charming historical city, along the lines of the charms ...


    A travel blog entry by rpartridge29 on Aug 12, 2012

    ... journey to Philadelphia took about 2 hours, which wasn't too bad. When we arrived at our hotel it was so busy in the lobby, and they were having problems checking people in because the system was down, great. After we eventually checked in, they told us that the key cards also weren't working, and that we had to get a member of staff to let us into our room every time! Being the geniuses that we are, we found a way to let ourselves in and out of our ...

    Historic Philly - Penn's City of Brotherly Love

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 11, 2012

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    The original city of Philadelphia was laid out by William Penn between on a grid pattern between Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers a few miles north of their confluence. Philadelphia was the largest and most important city in the country at time of American independence and first few years of republic and contains the greatest number of sites and monuments associated with the political machinations that led to American independence and the creation of the new nation.

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    A travel blog entry by bronwenrolls on Sep 25, 2011

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    ... walked for 8 hours, I saw the loud and colourful Parade of the Chariots , I had a relaxed time on South St ( which I liked a lot, reminded me of Camden crossed with the Gloucester Rd) and also in the Old Town (art galleries, boutiques and comic book shops). However no matter how far or in which direction I walked I still found myself back in brown field sites and surrounded by the flip side of this quite pretty city. ...