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100 Things to Do in Philadelphia Before You Die

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Title: 100 Things to Do in Philadelphia Before You Die
Author: Irene Levy Baker
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Binding: Softcover
Pages: 160
ISBN: 9781681060415

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Want to land a table at Philadelphia’s trendiest restaurants? Get instagram-worthy photos of the sunset over the city? Score free or discounted show tickets? Introduce your jaded teen to a dwarf’s skeleton? Discover a kid-sized grocery store that will keep your toddler busy on a rainy afternoon? Want to be serenaded by future opera stars or sing the praises of the best cheesesteak? Then this bucket list book is for you. It includes the tried-and-true as well as little known gems for lifelong Philadelphians, recent transplants and visitors. Looking to keep the kids engaged during school vacations? Want to make the most of your visit to the City of Brotherly Love?

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Philadelphia has a lot of fun this summer. New things that opened during the pandemic, and lesser-known attractions that even long-time locals may not know. Ready to go out and start having fun again?

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Irene Levy Baker, author of 100 Things To Do In Philadelphia Before You Die, will explain how to have fun in the Philadelphia region at the Delaware County Press Club’s virtual event on February 17, 2021 at noon.

Irene Levy Baker, author of 100 Things To Do In Philadelphia Before You Die, will explain how to have fun in the Philadelphia region at the Delaware County Press Club’s virtual event on Feb. 17 at noon.

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Irene Levy Baker tells us all about the best places to eat out on Thanksgiving.

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Despite everything going on, many new attractions, restaurants, shops and hotels have opened in Philadelphia. That’s one reason why National Geographic named Philadelphia on its list of best places to visit and why there was a compelling reason to update

Despite everything going on, many new attractions, restaurants, shops and hotels have opened in the Philadelphia region. That's one reason why National Geographic named Philadelphia on list of best places to visit in 2019. And why Irene Levy Baker felt

Just a few things we’d thought you’d like to know this month.

The 2nd edition of 100 Things To Do In Philadelphia Before You Die is hot off the press. The bucket-list guide highlights all of the new attractions in the Philadelphia area, and many under-the-radar spots. Irene Levy Baker, author of

Despite everything going on, many new attractions, restaurants, shops and hotels have opened in the Philadelphia region. That’s one reason why National Geographic named Philadelphia to its list of best places to visit in 2019. And why Irene Levy Baker

One way to safely skate through the winter, and perhaps the last few pre-vaccination months (hopefully) is by ice skating. Here’s what you can expect at local outdoor ice rinks.

Philadelphia’s museums are beginning to welcome back visitors, including three of the city’s most exciting museums -- the Museum of the American Revolution, The Barnes, and Penn Museum.

Taking socially-distant guided tours these days is a surprisingly intimate experience. With fewer people, you get a semi-private adventure with an enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide. Here are two guided tours that are up-and-running again.

Philadelphia resident Irene Levy Baker, author of 100 Things do Do in Philadelphia and Unique Eats and Eateries of Philadelphia, will share the secrets of how to enjoy all the special attractions that the Philadelphia region has to offer during

Despite everything going on, many new attractions, restaurants, shops and hotels have opened in the Philadelphia region. That's one reason why National Geographic named Philadelphia to its list of best places to visit in 2019. And why Irene Levy Baker

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Would you believe that Philadelphia is the only U.S. city to be included in National Geographic magazine's recent list of the world's best places to visit? And that despite the pandemic, new restaurants, hotels, shops and other attractions have kept

Irene Levy Baker is author of the newly-published second edition of 100 Things To Do In Philadelphia and Unique Eats & Eateries of Philadelphia.

Irene Levy Baker’s book 100 Things To Do In Philadelphia, much of which includes the best places in Philly as well as the Montco, Chesco, and Delco burbs, to dine. Read more here!

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