I am particularly impressed with Philadelphia. Firstly, Philadelphia has a lot of large parking lots, some of which are as gorgeous as hotels, and the charges are reasonable. We parked in a large parking lot with a sign of $6 an hour. Then we had a wild afternoon and went back to pick up the car at night, and we were drumming in our Hearts - "This is the end of parking. I'm afraid the fee is frightening. But I didn't expect to charge 22 dollars for picking up the car. We were told that the longer the parking time, the cheaper the parking time. Because it's a piecewise pricing method, isn't it? The parking price in this downtown area is much cheaper than that in Beijing. Second, Philadelphia is also a beautiful city with ancient and modern harmony. The Gothic architecture of the old city hall and the modern high-rise buildings live side by side, each with its own splendor. Third, Philadelphia's Chinatown cuisine is better, the temperature is warm and pleasant, the city planning is reasonable, scientific and humane, high-rise buildings are concentrated in downtown, there are no higher buildings around them, so driving in the evening can see a vast expanse of open lights. In addition, Philadelphia is not expensive, and shopping is more casual. I thought Philadelphia had only a Liberty Bell to watch. Who knows the more you play when you arrive?
We went to the top of the tower, overlooking the whole city. You can see the beautiful scenery from any angle. These real scenes and experiences make the vast amount of information about the city pale that we can see on the electronic screen. Thank you very much for Fred from Lawncrest, who is really a sincere and friendly tour guide.
Philadelphia's newly opened viewing platform. Up to the 57th floor, standing on Benjamin Franklin's shoulder, overlooking the whole historical city. There is also an interesting touch screen, which can be selected in Chinese. The touch screen contains almost all the attractions and introductions of Philadelphia.
The scenery is beautiful, the night scenery is very beautiful, and the tickets are not expensive.
Philadelphia Freedom Observatory is located in the downtown area of Philadelphia. Up to the height of 57 stories, explore and view the daytime and night panoramas of cities and suburbs from a 360-degree perspective. This is Philadelphia's tallest viewing platform, 883 feet high, providing a unique view of Philadelphia.
It's always good to look down, and it's a panoramic feeling.
Philadelphia's One Liberty Observation Deck, located in the Liberty Place, is the best place to have a bird's eye view of Philadelphia. Visitors will be able to climb the viewing deck and enjoy the entire Philadelphia from an altitude of more than 800 feet. It's good for freelancers to come here.
The Philadelphia Freedom Observatory is located in downtown Philadelphia, with a height of 883 feet, overlooking Philadelphia. It also provides an interactive touch screen, zooms in on important landmarks in Philadelphia and explores the real city. There are several scenic spots around which can be reached by walking for about 10 minutes, including love sculpture park, city hall and so on. It's convenient to come here by public transport.
The high point of the city, where you can see the whole city's scenery, the scenery is very beautiful.