As the birthplace of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, Philadelphia offers a stunning array of attractions, from historical architectural adventures to enjoying one of the city's eponymous sandwiches.
City Guides: Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia - a favorite among both business and leisure travelers because it is close to the financial and commercial districts, yet located in the heart of the city's finest shopping, dining and historical attractions. All rooms include twice-daily housekeeping, with evening turndown service, a DVD/CD player with access to DVD and CD libraries, an iPod docking station in all suites, L'Occitane bath amenities, even special amenities just for kids. All guests get complementary access to the hotel's fitness center, including free weights, bicycles, treadmills, elliptical cross-trainers, a whirlpool and a sauna, and an indoor 45-foot pool....
City Guides: From June 17 to September 6, 2010, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Late Renoir showcases the artwork of impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir through the final three decades of his life and career. It was during this time that he was considered to be at the apex of his creativity, despite the fact that he suffered from rheumatoid arthritis, progressive deformities in his hands and a host of other physical ailments. Although in constant pain, Renoir produced works of great joy and beauty, including colorful Mediterranean scenes and his famous Rubenesque nudes and bathers....
City Guides: It will be another Fourth of July to remember in the City of Brotherly Love
with the Aronimink Golf Club hosting the PGA Tour's 2010 AT&T National tournament on the Fourth of July weekend. Newtown Square, which is just south of Philadelphia, is the actual site of the event that runs June 29 to July 4.
City Guides: The listingof 1805 Pine Street in Rittenhouse Square offers luxury buyers the unique opportunity to purchase not just a piece of Philadelphia history, but American history. Built in 1856, this 5-bedroom, 7-bath mansion was the home of the Civil War Library & Museum from 1922 to 2008, and a historical plaque still sits outside the home to celebrate this rich heritage.
Luxury Real Estate: There is a new high-rise luxury address in Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Square that draws from the old, the new, and the contemporary of the historical rich city—10 Rittenhouse Square....