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Philadelphia   U.S.A

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From: Glen (GEAATL)

Jun-18

Philadelphia

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Until recently, travelers to Philadelphia were more likely to visit the Liberty Bell or the Rocky statue at the Philadelphia Museum of Art than they were to check out a buzzy new restaurant or gallery. But times have changed: Restaurateurs Michael Solomonov, Jose Garces, and Greg Vernick have revitalized the city’s dining scene; and in neighborhoods like Fishtown, Northern Liberties, and West Philadelphia, galleries and other creative ventures are proliferating. This historic city has a whole new feel—and we keep going back.

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From: NISSY (NISSY2)

Jun-28

Very good steak and lobster here: http://thepalm.com/Philadelphia

It is actually in the hotel where Legionaires Disease broke out many years ago. I have friends who work there, or worked there. I haven't been there in over ten years.

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