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The following weekend itinerary offers options of things to do for a Friday night, Saturday, and Sunday in Philadelphia. This itinerary assumes that at the end of the night, you will return to your hotel of choice. This itinerary is set up in a specific order of convenience and location, this way you do not have to walk excessive amounts in one day. It is a weekend to view the landmarks and historical
Assuming you would leave for Philly after work, the first thing to do would be to check in at your hotel of choice. A hotel that is in a great location for your weekend of fun would be '''Loews Hotel'''. Loews is located on 1200 Market Street. You are more than welcome to choose which hotel this is only a suggestion. After checking in, freshen up for a night out.
For a nice, relaxing, low-key dinner, '''El Vez''' is a Mexican-American restaurant nearby. El Vez has a modern look with a few old fashioned Mexican flairs. It has a funky style to it that has been known to be appealing to travelers. The over-all atmosphere of this hip restaurant is welcoming and comfortable. It is located at 121 South 13th Street. They have a large menu, with many different options. The options from their dinner menu stay under the category of Mexican but range from tacos to salads to different entrée meals. They also have an option of tacos for two. To look at their dinner menu, go to http://www.elvezrestaurant.com/ and click on the menu button at the bottom. On their website, you can also see pictures of this restaurant.
Start your first morning in Philly off with breakfast at '''Jones Restaurant''', located on 700 Chestnut Street. The retro decor and shag rugs add to the fun atmosphere. This is a great spot for families and requires casual comfy attire. Make sure to start your meal off Jones’ famous monkey bread and a cup of coffee. The breakfast menu ranges from chocolate chip waffles, to eggs benedict, to huevos rancheros. For more information, go to http://www.jones-restaurant.com/.
The first site to see is the '''Philadelphia Museum of Art''', located on 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The museum is $16 for adults, $14 for seniors, $12 for students, $12 for children ages 13-18 and free for children ages 12 and under.
Walking from exhibition to exhibition can make you hungry. For lunch head to Philadelphia’s historic farmers market, '''Reading Terminal Market''', which is located on 12th and Arch Street.
The best time to go sightseeing in Philadelphia is on a full stomach, so after lunch head over to the '''National Constitution Center'''. Located on Independence Mall, at 525 Arch Street. General Admission to the Constitution Center is $14.50 for adults, $13 for seniors, $13 for students, $8 for children and free for members and active military. The National Constitution Center has so much to offer it is up to you, which aspects you would like to see. Whether you are voting for your all-time favorite President or taking the Presidential Oath-of-office, the Nation Constitution Center is a worthwhile place to visit. For more information visit http://constitutioncenter.org/.
'''The Dandelion''' is the perfect spot for a hearty dinner in a whimsical atmosphere. It is located on 18th and Sansom Street. The idea behind Dandelion is a British gastropub, serving not only
Finish the night with a late night snack and dancing at the '''Silk City Diner'''. The Silk City Diner, Lounge, and Beer Garden is located on 435 Spring Garden Street. The diner which has been around since 1952 was