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Last year, my husband and I wanted to go to a new vacation spot.
We only had about 3 days off of work and wanted to get out and see a new city. We looked up a cheap flight from Miami and found that it was less than $100 for two round-trip tickets to Philly. It was a cheap, flight and we found a great hotel and an even greater price so we decided to go for it. When we got there, we found a really cool area called the Reading Terminal Market. It has more than thirty or forty amazing restaurants that are just small mom and pop shops. They are full of amazing foods from different cultures and I was mind blown by the vast amount of options for food there were there.
But, we decided we had to stick with a classic. We found the first spot to a Philly Cheesesteak, ordered a couple and then went on our way. We found a cool spot outside and enjoyed our cheesesteaks with a soda.
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