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Pennsylvania at a Glance
Philadelphia is a city surrounded by interesting towns, which also are considered part of
the greater Philadelphia area. Despite your budget or your interest, there is something
here for everyone.
Visitors to Philadelphia can now enjoy an array of lodging to fit all
tastes and budgets. The hotel boom has created more than 4,000 new hotel rooms, offering
lodging in every part of the city.
If you can stand the crowds, Philadelphia comes alive with patriotic
frenzy and fireworks each Independence Day.
For the visitor interested in history, Pittsburgh has found a way to develop into the
future without destroying the past, and the same goes for hotels, too.
Pittsburgh is well into its third redevelopment renaissance, as home to
nine members of the Fortune 500, with two new sports stadiums, a planned new convention
center, the Andy Warhol Museum and a plethora of other cultural activities.
Pittsburgh Pirates baseball and Kennywood Park (home of an historic
wooden roller coaster) make Spring and Summer a great time to try Pittsburgh. July and
August averages are in the low seventies making Pittsburgh pleasant during the mid-Summer.
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Craft Breweries Recall Past Glory: by Jack Curtin.
Philadelphia was the brewing
center of the American Colonies. Look beyond stodgy history books and you'll discover
that the Founding Fathers did as much work on the Declaration of Independence and the
Constitution in local taverns as they ever did in Constitution Hall.
The City of Neighborhoods: by Julia Del Viscio.
The fifth largest city in the country, Philadelphia has more than 150
different neighborhoods, each with its own character and attractions.
From the historic district, to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway with its
many museums, to the Italian Market area in South Philadelphia, the 'City of Neighborhoods'
can accommodate almost any interest.
The Philadelphia Cheesesteak: by Jack Curtin.
Those of you who have experienced a 'Philly
Cheesesteak' in some foreign region such as Iowa or Atlanta or distant California
(where the item in question no doubt was something along the lines of milk-fed, free range
beef, goat cheese and avocado in a tortilla wrap) may be wondering what all the fuss is
Hiking The Poconos: by Priscilla Estes.
Sprawling four counties (Carbon, Pike, Monroe and Wayne), the Pocono Mountains boast seven state parks and 19
state forests, as well as game lands and the 70,000-acre Delaware Water Gap National
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