Celebrating its 200th anniversary in 2009, the historic Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia‘s Washington Square West neighborhood is the oldest theatre in the United States. It also holds the honor of being the oldest theater in continuous operation in the English-speaking world, having been in operation non-stop since it was opened in 1809. The Beginnings […]
Old City Philadelphia is the heart of the city’s historic district. This is where Ben Franklin and other early patriots lived and left their marks. If you’re visiting Philadelphia this season, be sure to check out at least a few of the following Old City Philadelphia attractions: Places To Go: 1. Betsy Ross House. This […]
Philadelphia is magical during the holiday season. The stores are filled with enticing merchandise, houses are adorned with festive greenery and lights, and holiday music spills out of seemingly every doorway. The “City of Brotherly Love” also knows how to celebrate the coming new year in style, as our list of the top ten New […]
Holiday Fun in Philly Create wonderful holiday memories this year with your family while visiting Philadelphia by enjoying one or several of the many activities and events available this holiday season. From holiday lights to spectacular and family friendly events, Philadelphia has it all. Philadelphia is a beautiful place to visit any time of the […]
What is a bed and breakfast? If you’re not familiar with a bed and breakfast, then here’s a little rundown of what a bed and breakfast actually is. Bed and breakfasts are small lodging establishments operated within the private homes of individuals for the purpose of renting out rooms to travelers and guests. There are […]
Exciting as it is to first announce, the title of “bride-to-be” comes with some serious baggage. Scared? Don’t be! Yes, it is synonymous with the infamously lengthy and daunting “ Wedding To Do List,” however, we have compiled a list of the most competent, practical, and useful iPhone apps out there to help squash that […]
When looking at the differences one can not help but look at the similarities between an American and an Italian wedding. Both are celebrations of love, very often following family traditions. An Italian wedding though can be compared to a festival atmosphere whereas an American wedding more of a party atmosphere.
William Penn was able to secure a land grant from Charles II as a form of payment that was owed to his father. In the early 1680’s Penn traveled to America and secured a “great Treaty” with the American Indians so that he could establish a government that would offer safe haven to the Quakers […]
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In this global world we live in, different cultures are everywhere around us, and we see some of these differences in weddings. Each country and culture has their own traditions that they follow when it comes to weddings. We have decided to showcase three wedding traditions that make up the beauty of some of the […]