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Outdoor Entertainment One wouldn’t think it, but there is a lot to do in the great outdoors in Philadelphia. If one enjoys riding bicycles, you would love Philly Green Space Tours. This is four hour bike ride tour that’s roughly 20 miles and focuses on the largest parks of Philadelphia (Fairmon, West and East). If one is more the type of person who would rather go fly fishing, kayaking, or canoeing, going to the Schuylkill River is what one needs to do. This is done more in the colder months, but it shows that no matter what time of year you go, there’s always something to do outside. Philadelphia is full of activities no matter what age the visitor is, and is ideal for family vacations. Daytime activities Everyday, hundreds of people travel to Philadelphia, just to be a part of the city scene. The main place to go is South Street. This is always buzzing
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Unformatted text preview: with people going into over 300 shops, 60 eateries, and many cafes and bars with live music. A popular restaurant is Morimotos which is run by the famous Iron Chef, Masaharu Morimoto. Morimotos is award winning and is a must to visit. Nightlife If one wants to be more around a younger crowd, clubs are a popular thing to go to. If one wants something new to experience, there is club Egypt that is located on the Delaware River Waterfront. Art Art is a huge part of the Philadelphian culture. In Philadelphia, there is the Philadelphia Art Museum. This museum is famous mainly because its where Rocky ran up the steps in the movie Rocky. Besides its theatrical famousness, The Philadelphia Art Museum is famous for its extensive art collections that date centuries back. Another amazing art event in...
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course ENG 295 taught by Professor Peavler during the Spring '08 term at University of Tennessee.

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