Friday, September 07, 2007

Philadelphia Itinerary

So here is my Philadelphia Itinerary. Patrick and I have met up with Forrest in Philadelphia. I think we may wind up buying the town considering the "you break it, you buy it" rule. NYC was a blast, I will give full details later, the threat level has gone back down to yellow due to our departure from our nation's Metropolis. All is safe.

We will be deviating from this itinerary. We have already taken the tour of WXPN/World Cafe, which in short is incredible. It is an incredible station. But here is the loose plan:

Philadelphia 9/7 to 9/10

9am set off for Philly from NYC on the Chinabus

Go to World Cafe for lunch and free concert David Falcone
3025 Walnut Street

1:30 pm
Take tour of WXPN
3025 Walnut Street

Take off to go check in to Hotel and get ready for the fights

Go to eat open for suggestion close to hotel or Blue Horizon

Fights at the Blue Horizon
1314 N. Broad Street
Avenue of the Arts

11pm go get a drink at Happy Rooster
16th and Sansom Streets

get a sip at Nodding Head
1516 Sansom Street

Take Italian Market Tour

Italian Market
9th Street and runs from Wharton Street to Fitzwater Street

sip at Anthony's Italian Coffee House
903 South 9th Stree

2pm Constitutional Walking Tour

4pm Reading Terminal
12th & Arch Streets
eat at somewhere there

5:30 go to hotel and cleanup for night

Wrestling at Newalhambra $20
7 Ritner Street

10:30 pm
Go to Natalie's Jazz
4003 Market
click on link, way cool!!

Sunday Philadelphia

Warmdaddy's Jazz brunch
11, 11:30, 1:30 & 2 for brunch

Rodin Museum
Benjamin Franklin Parkway at 22nd Street

Mutter Museum
19 S. 22nd St., Philadelphia, PA

liberty bell

Church at the Cathedral
1723 Race Street
Philadelphia, Pa. 19103

Chinatown for dinner

or Dimitri's
795 South 3rd St
Mon-sat 5:30
Sun 5pm

Jim's Cheese steak
South Street at 4th

Monday Philadelphia/DC

Sabrina's Cafe
Italian Market for breakfast
910 Christan Street

Eastern State Penitentiary

Try to hit before heading out:
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Broad St. and Cherry St.


depart for DC


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please see if my liver is still at the Happy Rooster.


9:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You may be interested to know there is a StL band called The Museum Mutters. The connection to the Philly institution is not an accident.

7:21 PM  

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