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Tired of walking? Try a Segway!

Tired of walking? Try a Segway! August 9, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
My new favorite tour company in Philadelphia: DeTours, which offers historical tours of Philadelphia by Segway, bike, or foot — running, that is.  I was lucky enough to be offered a Segway tour by owner Rasa Vella, who combined her love of Philadelphia with her love of sports and activity in this...

The Queen of the Nile is in Philadelphia

The Queen of the Nile is in Philadelphia July 5, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Where might you go to learn all about Cleopatra — her loves, her palaces, her jewelry, and the latest work of archaeologists trying to reconstruct her life?  Egypt?  No — Philadelphia!  The Franklin Institute has the honor of being the first stop on a world tour of a new exhibit on Cleopatra,...

Concierge Advice from Albert Lee at the Independence Visitor Center

Concierge Advice from Albert Lee at the Independence Visitor Center June 23, 2010 | Events, Hotels, What's New | Read More
  Trusty concierge Albert Lee, also known as Mr. Philadelphia I wanted to find out what a concierge might tell people about Philly and where to hang out, so I sent some questions to Albert Lee, concierge at the Independence Visitor Center at the corner of 6th and Market. Here’s what he wrote...

The U.S. wins the World Cup…of beer! And that beer is from (near) Philly!

The U.S. wins the World Cup…of beer!  And that beer is from (near) Philly! June 22, 2010 | What's New | Read More
And the winner of the World Cup of Beer, hosted by ESPN, is…Yuengling!  Er, I mean — The U.S.!  And the, um, player representing the U.S. was Pottstown’s own Yuengling Lager! If you’ve read many of my posts, you’re probably getting the idea that I love beer.  It says...
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