Uncle's Upstairs Inn

Address: 1220 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Downtown/Center City/Historic Area area of Philadelphia, is near Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of the American Revolution, Wilma Theater, Library Company of Philadelphia, and W. Graham Arader III Gallery of Philadelphia.
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Travel Blogs from Philadelphia

USA - Pensylvania

A travel blog entry by colettejwood46 on Aug 07, 2015

1 comment, 21 photos

We decided to stop off in Philadelphia to break up our journey up the East coast and were so glad we did. It is such a lovely city. We stayed in the historic downtown area which is such a cool area. The Jewish, Italian, Irish and Polish neighbourhoods all sit alongside each other so you get a fantastic eclectic mix of all their cultures and food, we even found a great little Indian which served the best Indian food we have eaten on our travels. Philly is packed with bars and ...

Home of the Liberty Bell and Rocky Balboa

A travel blog entry by tommyg71 on Jun 15, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... very excited to see Tiffany's which was right next door to Trump Tower. All the boutique shops were there and we were taking plenty of pictures of them all. My favourite shop was the Apple Store. They have a glass cube out front which you go into and can either take a glass lift, or walk down some stairs into the store. As time was short, I quickly walked down the stairs, had a quick look at the iWatches and then jumped into the lift to head out of the store. It was a ...

Eastern State Penitentiary

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

15 photos

Eastern State Penitentiary is next up. A old high security prison in the middle of the city, it’s apparently America’s most haunted building, and is very Gothic looking and intimidating in the neighbourhood. In use for 142 years, it opened as a prison in 1829 and closed in 1971. It was also the first in America to use a wagon wheel floor plan in an experiment to reform criminals through isolation, thanks to a British ...

So much history, so little time . . . !

A travel blog entry by dnkmartz on Sep 25, 2012

76 photos

... how prisoners on the Eastern part of the US were incarcerated compared to Alcatraz on the West coast! The prison was built in 1829 and was in operation until 1971. Even Al Capone was imprisoned here for about a year when he was arrested for assault and battery and the judge gave him a harsh sentence. Eastern State was the world's first true penitentiary, designed to "inspire" penitence in the hearts of criminals. Each cell had a sky-light but ...

Center City Phladelphia

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 12, 2012

120 photos

... 8217;m about as un-hip as you can get, but I wished I had a cooler with me to me to transport home some of the wide variety of locally produced cheeses that looked very interesting.

With its strong ethnic and diverse heritage Philadelphia is a top foodie city. Maybe it’s a little cliché, but I figured I’d have to try a classic Philly Cheese Steak at Reading Market. The characteristics of a real cheesesteak seem to be very thinly sliced beef and ...

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