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We already have The Highline. One day we could have The #Lowline (an underground park). #GoogleCityExperts
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It was open for a week a few months ago and I also missed it. :(
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De Mole is a great Mexican restaurant. It's a little hidden but well worth the find. The service is great and the restaurant itself looks great. If you want guacamole, go for the De Mole nachos instead. It is a sampler of guacamole, pico de gallo, and black beans and cheese. The complimentary chips and salsa are really great. For entrees, the plates are really massive. You get a lot for a really reasonable price.
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I always look forward to visiting Federal Donuts when I go to Philly. It's great for donut snacks. They have cold iced ones and fresh hot ones straight from the fryer. The fresh ones are good as they just have a dusting of flavored sugar on them. I finally got to try the chicken and was not disappointed. Get a whole bird to share. It's about eight pieces and you can get two flavors. It also comes with a donut!
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Longwood Gardens is ranked high up there with Butchart Gardens and Keukenhof. It is a must see. There are many parts to the gardens, a little something for everyone from waterfalls and a conservatory to towers and tree houses. I was really surprised at how well everything was kept. One disappointment I had was that there was just more grass than anything. Wish there were more flowers. Buy an extra ticket for late night concerts and water fountain shows.
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A visit to Philly without going to the Reading Terminal Market is not a proper visit. This place is phenomenal with so many excellent choices. This is not a food court where only a handful of vendors are good. Here you will want to eat everything and not have enough stomach space. What to do? Buy some things (like cookies, sandwiches, and chocolates) to go and eat it later. This is a good place to go for lunch or brunch. Even breakfast. You can go to the diner or eat the food of the Amish.
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Pretend you are in Paris for a day and go to the Rodin Museum in Philly. Admission is free, or suggested donation. The museum is small enough to go through in an hour. The garden is peaceful and all of the sculptures are really quite impressive. To think this was one man's private collection. Thankfully, it now lives for everyone to see in Philly.
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Wear good shoes if you are planning to go. Sneakers would be your best bet. The floors are often uneven, there is grass, and a lot of rocks. Plus you will be walking for hours. The line to get in is not long. If you book online, you make be able to get a discount. Eat a snack or heavy breakfast before touring the facility. It takes about 3 hours to leisurely see the whole place.
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Campo de' Fiori is a great outdoor market. Sample chianti wine, tapenade, and olive oil. The vendors are very generous and proud of their products. There is a lot of fresh produce here and bread markets. The pasta selection is amazing. We found the pasta we tried in Sienna. Wish I bought more.
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