Isn't it funny how people tend to take for granted tourist areas where they live?
I grew up in a suburb outside of Philadelphia and can not remember ever going to see the Liberty bell. Because of this, a trip to Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell center was needed for Chris' first trip back to my home state.
Dad pointing out our ancestor William Still who was famous for his work with the underground railroad.
We hopped on the trolley to take a quick tour of the home of Betsy Ross and the famed Elfreth's Alley.
And we finished off our day in the city with some cheesesteaks.
We only had one day in the city before we headed to New Jersey for our family reunion, but I think we did a good job of hitting some of the top spots. Hopefully we'll be back and really get to take in Philly.
Have you been to the top tourist area's of your town?