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    Pennsylvania, USA
    276 reviews

    Philadelphia has more character than your average US city. It's got lots of history for a new world city some top tier museums. The food and bar scene has developed by leaps and bounds the past few years. The outing neighborhood are also interesting due to the fact of being settled by immigrants for the past couple hundred years.

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    Pennsylvania, USA
    102 reviews

    Pittsburgh has a beautiful waterfront and beautiful bridges, but time hasn't been kind to the rest of the city. People are making a go of it though. Driving in from the airport takes you through a tunnel to give you maximum effect when it displays the city to you.

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    Pennsylvania, USA
    41 reviews

    What makes Hershey fun to visit is the fact that chocolate pervades every inch of the town, not just the factory and theme park. The entire town smells like chocolate! The street lights are shaped like kisses! When you visit, bring your sweet tooth!

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    Pennsylvania, USA
    19 reviews

    Lancaster is a town of about sixty thousand people. it is scenic and picturesque, and I will never forget the one and only time I visited the city some years ago. It is home to the 15th President of the United States (James Buchanan, who was one of our nation's less memorable Presidents), and the abolitionist, Thaddeus Stevens, one of ...

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    New Hope

    Pennsylvania, USA
    13 reviews

    I haven't seen a sweeter, more quaint and quirky little town. Located in Pennsylvania just across the boarder from New Jersey this town is definitely worth checking out if you are in the area. New Hope has tons of character. Lot of interesting shops, including specialty shops, like one just for crazy hats. Also great food options to try!

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    Kennett Square

    Pennsylvania, USA
    1 review

    Great hilly and historic town with lots of restaurants and shops to occupy you. State St has most of the action though we rode bikes around - suggested only if you can deal with hills.

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    Pennsylvania, USA
    4 reviews

    Charming little historic town along the beautiful PA route 6 in the Poconos. Some little art shops, food, gift and clothing stores. It's a perfect place to stop for a stroll and a bite to eat. The Wine and Spirits store doesn't sell beer which is apparently common in Pennsylvania still.

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    Pennsylvania, USA
    2 reviews

    Love this little town despite it being such a tourist destination. Great food, great shopping, reasonable prices. Great local produce and products from frozen chicken pot pie to home decor made from recycled barn wood. Worth a visit.

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    Pennsylvania, USA
    6 reviews

    Doylestown, Pennsylvania is one of the more active hubs in Bucks County PA. Lovely little town with some really delicious restaurants to choose from!

  • 10


    Pennsylvania, USA
    23 reviews

    Gettysburg is a small rural town in Pennsylvania that is host to several National Park units and famous for the Civil war battle that has taken place there.

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    Pennsylvania, USA
    6 reviews

    Scranton is town in Pennsylvania that deals with old industry age. It is also when Steamtown National Historic Site is locate. It is also a gateway city into I84 and I81 to other areas of the state.

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    Jim Thorpe

    Pennsylvania, USA
    5 reviews

    A surprising small town in the Poconos Mountains in Pennsylvania, that was voted in the top 10 best small towns in America. This so-called Switzerland of America is a quaint town rich with architectural diversity and occasionally, a New Orleans kind of look and feel. The old railway station is certainly reminiscent of Switzerland! Read up on the history of ...

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    Pennsylvania, USA
    11 reviews

    Harrisburg and the Sesquehanna River at night The Pennsylvania State Capitol’s prominent 94-foot dome sits quietly under the gilded brass statue of Commonwealth. The Fulton Bank sign on the right paints over the silky river with an interesting red. I took this shot from a small island called City Island, between Harrisburg and Wormleysburg. This small mile-long landmass, used for ...

  • 15


    Pennsylvania, USA
    2 reviews

    The most boring town on the face of the earth

  • 16


    Pennsylvania, USA
    3 reviews

    allentown,pa has a lot to see!!!

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    Mount Pocono

    Pennsylvania, USA
    3 reviews


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    Lake Harmony

    Pennsylvania, USA
    2 reviews
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    Pennsylvania, USA
    2 reviews

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    Pennsylvania, USA
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