South Bridge Bed And Breakfast

2628 South Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19146, United States | 5 star hotel
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located in the Avenue of the Arts South area of Philadelphia, is near City Hall, Old City Hall, and Avenue of the Arts.
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TripAdvisor Reviews South Bridge Bed And Breakfast Philadelphia

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Travel Blogs from Philadelphia

Key West 2014 Day 15, Daytona Beach > Philadelphia

A travel blog entry by rocket2thekeys on Aug 20, 2014

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... is connecting somewhere else so there is a mad scramble to get off the plane, common courtesies are thrown out the window!

The terminal is so big (at this 'air field'!) that I have to take the subway to another terminal for my connection. Luckily it is delayed by more than an 1 hour as well so I make it. As we taxi out to the runway Mr. Droll Voice's brother announces that due to the backlog of delayed flights, we are number 37 for take off! In ...

Cheese steaks and hair straighteners

A travel blog entry by megenexplore on Jul 05, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... my shoes, tell him to put me down and then ran bare foot on my own. I was in an absolute panic! The street was a crazy sea of people screaming and running. As I got further away from the concert, I began panicking even more, I had nothing but my phone on me and was stranded in the middle of Philly on my own late at night. With the help of the lovely public, I managed to find my way back to the hostel, where the cool guy on the front desk called one of my friends to ...

We The People

A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 30, 2014

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... him at the National Constitution Center where we had spent the bulk of our day yesterday. From there you can see all of Independence Mall, built in 1950 and attracts over 10 million tourist each year.

Our first stop was The Presidents House Site. In 2007 an archaeological dig found the footings for the first presidents house. As I said before Philadelphia was the capital of the United States from 1790-1800. This was because at the time of ...

"In West Philadelphia, born and raised..."

A travel blog entry by sam_i_am on May 15, 2014

5 comments, 25 photos

... br> Next, I went to the Betsy Ross House and realized that I wouldn't have survived childhood if I had been born in the 1700s. The air in the House was almost completely stagnant. I'm not really sure how to describe it, but after a few minutes in the House, I could feel my asthma rearing its ugly head as my lungs closed up on me. If I had actually been forced to live in it, I probably would have suffocated in the night...

Overall, the Betsy Ross House ...

Education

A travel blog entry by liujiaxuan on Apr 18, 2014

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I want to go to Philadelphia because my dream school, University of Pennsylvania, is there. Because of the school, I am always curious about everything of the city.
When I visit Philly, I would like to first study the history of the city. I would go to the Independence Hall to see where the country started and where representatives from the original 12 states drafted the U.S. Constitution. I would then visit Valley Forge National Historical Park, running ...