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|l||Stephanie "Staff was very kind. Wasn't the cleanest hotel but I would stay there again."|
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|l||Susan "It was nice to have bottled water in room and extra pillows. TV was nice size. Beds were comfortable."|
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Lincoln Financial Field is in South Philadelphia, a lively part of the city. Lots of funky shops and bars draw a young crowd and the area holds its own when it comes to restaurants, too.
Philadelphia Trolley Works
Hop on and off this double-decker to get your bearings of the city. A day pass will cost you $27 for 27 stops, including the steps that Rocky climbed, America's first zoo, Chinatown and Antiques Row.
Philadelphia Eagles Stadium Tour
Got time before the game? You might fancy a behind-the-scenes tour of the Xfinity Press Box, Club and Suite Levels, Eagles Home Interview Room, Locker Room and Field. The walking tour costs $10 and lasts between 60 and 90 minutes, depending on how thoroughly you quiz the guide.
Spruce Street Harbor Park
This hipster hangout isn't content with just the usual ducks and grass. Hammocks swing beneath lights, while live music is performed at the weekend. Game-lovers may also be won over with free giant games like chess, Jenga and Connect Four.
If you're hankering for one of Philadelphia's famous cheesesteaks, Jim's is the place to try it. These guys take meat seriously, serving everything with fried onions, opening until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays.
The only upscale Israeli restaurant in the city, Zahav serves up healthy, authentic cuisine. Choose a few small plates for a mix of flavors, such as fried okra, grilled haloumi with peach or raw lamb with roasted corn and black garlic.
Talk of the Town
Over 20 years of experience goes into the Jamaican dishes created here. The casual eatery is great for a fill of Jerk chicken and is close to several Lincoln Financial Field hotels.
Silk City Diner
Granted, it's a 15-minute drive away, but the Old City location and tempting list of cocktails might just do it for you. DJs spin tunes in this late-night dancing spot, while weekends feed brunch to the cool crowd.
Philly's bike-share system is called Indego. Ride your way around the city for $4 per 30 minutes.
Take the SEPTA Broad Street subway line to Pattison Avenue. If the game goes past midnight, a shuttle bus will replace this service.
Arguably more exciting than most, check out some of the options here. There are dishes such as the salsiccia taglio (roasted fennel sausage); 12-hour smoked black cherry wood pulled pork; and the local favorite Mac 'n cheese burger.
Yes and it's free.
$20-40 for a car. See a map and more info on this page.
Doors and plaza gates open three hours before an event; seating gates two hours before.
Small clutch purses are allowed along with a one-gallon freezer bag in case you want to bring in snacks. And if you're worried about the cold Philly evenings, feel free to toss a blanket over your shoulder.
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