Adventure-Seeker's Guide To Philadelphia

Adventure-Seeker's Guide To Philadelphia

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Philadelphia is brimming with opportunities for exploration, excitement and exploits. Here are the best adventures guaranteed to get your adrenaline pumping.

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    If u go to da second parking lot I can see the entire river -- percy Warfield via Foursquare
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    Enjoy a trip along the Schuylkill River Trail from Philadelphia to Valley Forge with scenic views of the iconic Philadelphia Art Museum and Boathouse Row. -- visitPA via Foursquare
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    Great for a stroll but if you're a runner, be careful. Lots of falls & injuries here. Dense foliage retains humidity in summer. Beware of car break-ins; hide your stuff or lock it in the trunk. -- Donna via Foursquare
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    English from strength the if any case as to taste as of importance as follows for certain for now that much less for free. -- Dominique Julius via Foursquare
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    Asian World of Martial Arts - all your Ninja supplies in one place: uniforms, swords, breaking boards, heavy bags, books, dvds, novelties, patches, shoes, t-shirts, armor, gloves, you name it, they've -- Valkrye131 (MB) Haslam-Houck via Foursquare
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    Jin is a great instructor! And the folks here are super cool and nice. -- Courtney Ras via Foursquare
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    Beautiful trail and well cared! -- Ricardo Seixas via Foursquare
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    Hey guys remember while hiking to thank these guys for making the trails safe for us by cleaning it all up. They do a great job -- Candy Hasan via Foursquare
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    These guys know there stuff. I love being able to ask them any questions I've got. Totally the best motorcycle outfitters in the land. -- Ryan Khoury via Foursquare
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    If you park there for a concert/game, it's free! It is ILLEGAL for people to charge you for parking here! -- Cong Nguyen via Foursquare
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    If you don't know how you feel about hiking, give it a try They have so many different paths, one for every fitness level. Fun, fun, fun -- Candy Hasan via Foursquare
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    See if you can find ‘Sleeping Woman’ - a 1200 ft. long line of poetry by Stephen Berg and Tom Chimes. It’s located on the Schuylkill River retaining wall just north of the Girard Ave Bridge. -- Museum Without Walls via Foursquare
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