Le Meridien Philadelphia
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Meridien Philadelphia
The room was clean, fresh and modern. My room came with the view of the City Hall. Hotel is a walking distance from all major attractions.
Staff was friendly and helpful. I truely felt like home from home.
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Leaving Gettysburg, we drove through Amish country on the way to Philadelphia for our second encounter with the Di Pasquale clan. Time is always a problem when traveling and we didn't have enough time either for Amish country or for Philadelphia. But it is what it is.
Driving through the country side, we saw our fair share of horse …
... Fried ground beef, onions, and cheese whizz in a sub roll could be so amazing! I understand the fuss now! The walls of Jim’s are covered in signed photos and autographs from so many famous people, it really is one of the top places to get this classic Philly dish.
Happy and full we went to the food store nearby to get supplies as we had decided to spend all Saturday holed up inside having a proper chill out day, and to cook a roast dinner in the evening. Bliss.
... there. The self-proclaimed "Hub of Philadelphia's Food Scene," Zagat calls it "foodie heaven." There are 80 or more local merchants---almost too many options! John and I finally settled on Pearl's Oyster Bar, a very good choice.
After returning to the hotel we decided to do a bit of exploring on our own. We walked over to the Betsy Ross House and then strolled ...
... to me that this city really isn’t a walking city, because the bad sections are interspersed with the good. And cars certainly do seem to have the right of way, at least in practice if not in law – pedestrians dodged around them as best they could.
The historic district was very neat, a little package of small, 200-year-old buildings tucked amidst the shine and grime of Philadelphia. Reminded me of D.C. – green, with museums ...
... Dessert was next and ice cream was on our minds. We walked to this cool-looking shop called Scoop DeVille (www.scoopdeville.com) that looked like a throwback to a 50’s soda shop (ok, I’ve only seen one on TV, but this was how they must’ve looked). The shop's motto was not unique: Life is short… EAT DESSERT FIRST! However their menu of ice cream options and toppings more than made up for the unoriginal slogan. Let’s just say if you ...