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Philadelphia Liberty Trail: Trace the Path of America's Heritage Paperback – January 20, 2015
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Philadelphia Liberty Trail is the most important guidebook to Philadelphia - one that you must read before visiting. What I love about this book is that it, like Philadelphia, combines history and life today - through fun activities for kids (and their parents), good eats, and interesting tidbits about history that keep readers fascinated. This book is an extraordinary history lesson that is more than interesting - it's SO hard to put down. I'm extremely impressed with this book - highly recommended! (WanderingEducators.com)
Philadelphia Liberty Trail is simply wonderful, and a great read. . . .Philadelphia Liberty Trail is filled with history lessons. I learned that the first bank robbery in the United States occurred at Carpenters Hall, and that the first 'America's dumbest criminal' committed the act. . . .Their book goes beyond the four-mile Philadelphia Liberty Trail, and beyond the scope of the typical travel guide. It provides general travel information, including places to stay, places to eat, and tours to take. And it has a list of books to inspire young historians. This is a must-read for Philadelphia visitors and natives alike. (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
About the Author
Philadelphia natives and award-winning travel writers Michael and Larissa Milne quit their jobs, sold their house and gave away their possessions to travel around the world for a year with a Rocky statue. After traveling to six continents they returned to Philadelphia to write about their favorite city. They brought back a newfound global perspective; viewing Philadelphia through the fresh eyes of wanderers returning home and discovering new pleasures in their own backyard. They write about their adventures on their travel blog at ChangesinLongitude.com, which won the 2013 Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Silver Award for Best Travel Blog. The judging committee declared, “Changes in Longitude makes even the most daring travel seem easy, and the writers tell stories of their journeys that are intimate, accessible and fun.” Michael and Larissa share their travel stories in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Huffington Post, Travel + Escape and other media outlets. They are also members of the Society of American Travel Writers.
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