Tuesday May 26, 2020

Feeling the love in Philadelphia

The city is a place where history and hipsters happily co-exist, and visitors are guaranteed a warm welcome

7th August, 2016
Reading Terminal Market has been operating since 1892

‘Last week, I went to Philadelphia, but it was closed.” WC Fields’s infamous swipe at his native city may have stuck in many people’s minds, but his cutting words bear little relation to Philadelphia as it is today.

Over the centuries, Philadelphia has come to be seen as the country cousin to flashy New York and the political powerhouse of Washington DC, both of which are within commuting distance....

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