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October, 2009 in Philadelphia

Ceremony: National Constitution Center
Reception: National Constitution Center



Ceremony and Reception:

Constitution Center - Ceremony and Reception - 525 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA, United States

National Constitution Center

525 Arch St
Philadelphia, PA 19106-1514


Holiday Inn Historic District - Hotel - 400 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA, 19106

Holiday Inn Historic District

400 Arch St
Philadelphia, PA 19106


Loews Philadelphia Hotel - Hotel - 1200 Market St, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Loew's Hotel


Amada - Restaurant - 217 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States


217 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19106

"Best restaurant in the city!! We recommend the chef's tasting menu and a pitcher of sangria... or a few!!:)"


Geno's Steaks - Restaurant - 1219 S 9th St, Philadelphia, PA, 19147, US

Geno's Steaks

1219 S 9th St
Philadelphia, PA 19147

"How to order a Philly Cheesesteak When ordering a cheesesteak, the idea is to let the cashier know a.) that you would like a cheesesteak, b.) what type of cheese you want, and c.) whether or not you want fried onions. And you have to be as concise as possible while doing so. Locals have become so adept at this practice that they basically have it down to three words: saying “one wiz with” to the person behind the counter means that you would like one cheesesteak [denoted by the “one”] with Cheeze Wiz as your choice of cheese [denoted by the “wiz”] and with fried onions [denoted by the “with”]. Similarly, saying “one provolone without” would secure you a single cheesesteak [one] made with provolone cheese [provolone] and without fried onions [without]. Ok. Got it? Now go ahead and test out your ordering prowess for real."


Eastern State Penitentiary - Attraction - 2124 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Eastern State Penitentiary

Fairmount Ave & N 22nd St
Philadelphia, PA 19130, US

"The Eastern State Penitentiary is a haunted house in a real prison and open for tours during October. Be sure to visit the website to find out more info on parking and also a printable coupon if you plan to go. A great stop for our out of towners from the Poconos, being it will be on your way home!"


The Franklin Institute - Attraction - 222 North 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19103

Franklin Institute

222 N 20th St
Philadelphia, PA 19103

"Some exhibits that will be in town during the wedding include:"


Liberty Bell - Attraction - 500 Market St, Philadelphia, PA, 19106, US

Liberty Bell

"The Liberty Bell is located in the center of Independence Mall. The Independence Visitors Center is also located across the street and will provide you with information needed to take tours of historic Philadelphia."


Reading Terminal Market - Attraction - 51 N 12th St # 2, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Reading Terminal Market

12th St.
Market St.
Philadelphia, PA

"You can go any day of the week, but Sat and Sun are great! When you visit the market, you can enjoy eating virtually every type of cuisine, from sublime soul food and exquisite Asian and Middle Eastern dishes to authentic Philly Cheesesteaks and traditional Pennsylvania Dutch fare"


Love Park - Park - 1500 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA, 19102, US

Love Park

211 S 15th St
Philadelphia, PA 19102

"Visit Fairmount Park to see the famous Love statue. Great photo op!!"


Shops at Liberty Place - Shopping - 1625 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA, 19103

Shops at Liberty Place

1625 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19103

"The Shops at Liberty Place is a magnificent retail complex nestled between the Liberty One and Liberty Two office towers. Located in the heart of the Center City business district, The Shops at Liberty Place is one of the finest urban retail centers in the country."


South Street - Shopping - South Street, Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphia, PA, US

South Street

"Along South Street, visitors and residents, teenagers and adults, preppies and punk rockers, artists and attorneys all mix seamlessly together. The street is always buzzing no matter if you visit on a Tuesday afternoon or a Friday night."