Philadelphia Sightseeing - July 2004 Page 2 of 5
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KT & Joe walking on a path between two rows of crypts in Christ Church Burial Ground.
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KT & Joe leaving Christ Church Burial Ground.
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The highly recommended Campo's deli & restaurant on Market St. A family-run business since 1947 with one of the best Philly Cheese Steak sandwiches in Philadelphia.
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The highly recommended Campo's deli & restaurant on Market St. A family-run business since 1947 with one of the best Philly Cheese Steak sandwiches in Philadelphia.
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MaryAnn, Mom and KT watch as Joe chows down on a Philly Cheese Steak sandwich. That is Mia Campo on the left behind the counter.
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Joe & KT chow down on a Philly Cheese Steak sandwich, while Mom talks to Mia Campo behind the counter.
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Mike Campo, the owner, shows Dad how to cook up the steak for their famous Philly Cheese Steak sandwich.
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In celebration of Paul's 60th birthday, we have a fabulous dinner at Ava's restaurant on 3rd St. between South and Lombard Sts. The meal was exquisite and the closest we have ever had here, to what we experienced in Italy. Mom, Paul, MaryAnn, KT & Joe ready to eat!
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On Day 2 of our touring of Philadelphia, KT & Joe decided to explore on therir own and visited China Town where they took this picture of the famous "Friendship Gate". This many-colored arch ornamented with fire-breathing dragons and Oriental lettering was a joint project between Philadelphia and her Chinese sister city Tianjin. Chinese artisans completed the Friendship Gate in 1984 with materials brought from Tianjin.
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On Day 2 of our touring of Philadelphia, KT & Joe decided to explore on therir own and visited China Town where they took this picture of the famous "Friendship Gate". This many-colored arch ornamented with fire-breathing dragons and Oriental lettering was a joint project between Philadelphia and her Chinese sister city Tianjin. Chinese artisans completed the Friendship Gate in 1984 with materials brought from Tianjin.
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We spotted this interesting old building as we started our walking tour of Philadelphia on our way to Antique Row. I found it anachronistic to see a Coors Light sign in the transom over the door in a building of Greco-Roman architecture.
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The First Bank of the United States, 116 South Third Street, Philadelphia. Initially chartered in 1791, the First Bank of the United States created uniform currency for the 13 original states. This brainchild of then-Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton was erected in the neo-classical style to echo the democracy of Ancient Greece.
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The sign for the Philadelphia Exchange. Opened in 1834 this building housed the Philadelphia (Merchants) Exchange for many years.
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The Philadelphia Exchange. Opened in 1834 this building housed the Philadelphia (Merchants) Exchange for many years.
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The Philadelphia Exchange. Opened in 1834 this building housed the Philadelphia (Merchants) Exchange for many years.
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A close up photo of a sleeping lion on the Philadelphia Exchange.
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The Old City District at 3rd and Walnut Sts. along our walking tour on the way to Antique Row.
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The Carousel Shoppe as seen along the way on our walking tour.
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Tourists on a horse and carriage tour of Philadelphia.
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Some interesting wrought iron work we saw on a building while on our walking tour.

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