Philadelphia, once home to the Lenape Indians, has a wealth of history and touristic sites, vast sculptures and colorful murals. With all the excitement comes plenty to eat. Savor your morning coffee with a side of doughnuts at South Street’s Federal Donuts. Try their delicious cake donuts in cinnamon brown sugar, blueberry pancake or churro, to name a few. They also serve french fries and fried chicken.
[CAFE Y CHOCOLATE]
If you’re really hungry, Cafe Y Chocolate has a breakfast burrito, filled with re-fried beans, scrambled eggs, Monterey jack and cheddar cheese, topped with queso fresco, diced tomatoes and sour cream. Chase it down with Mexican hot chocolate or an iced coconut latte.
[SPRUCE STREET HARBOR PARK]
Burn those calories with an elaborate stroll along the waterfront boardwalk at Spruce Street Harbor Park. Family fun for everyone, comes with a kiddie amusement park, vendor shacks, waterside bistros and picturesque views of the barge boats.
[CAMBRIA HOTEL – PHILADELPHIA – DOWNTOWN CENTER CITY]
After a long day, relax at Cambria hotel in Downtown Philly in a spacious double occupancy with delightful city views, complimentary beverages and Pure By Gloss lemon fresh scented toiletries. Enough lounge space to sit back, unwind and take in all the artsy hanging portraits. Some amenities include access to the rooftop terrace and lounge/bar.
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