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Philadelphia - The Delaplaine 2020 Long Weekend Guide - cover

Philadelphia - The Delaplaine 2020 Long Weekend Guide

Andrew Delaplaine

Publisher: Gramercy Park Press

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Summary

A complete guide for everything you need to experience a great Long Weekend in Philadelphia.
 
“There was so much to do in Philadelphia that we were a little overwhelmed. This book cut everything down to the point that we could digest it all, helping us to decide what we wanted to see out of so many different attractions, and where we wanted to eat.”
 
--Shelly D., Fort Lauderdale.
 

 
“We are from London, and we were looking forward to our first trip to the place where Americans first proclaimed their liberty by revolting against us. This guide helped us to have an excellent visit.”
 
---Wilfred G., London
 
 
 
You'll save a lot of time using this concise guide.=Lodgings (throughout the area) variously priced=Fine & budget restaurants, more than enough listings to give you a sense of the variety to be found. =Principal attractions -- don't waste your precious time on the lesser ones. We've done all the work for you.
 
 
 
=A handful of interesting shopping ideas.
 
 

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