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音频游览Birth of a Nation: Exploring Philadelphia

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  1. 语音导览概要
  2. 语音导览概要

    Welcome! We’re so glad you’ve chosen to join us for today’s tour… Birth of a Nation: exploring Philadelphia’s role in the creation of the United States of America . . . and cheesesteaks. We know you’re going to enjoy it. This tour is brought to you by ListenUp Audio, a leader in spoken word production since 2010. ListenUp provides the voices for walking tours, audiobooks, podcasts, and more. Visit us at www.listenup.audio. And now, on with our tour:

    Hi. I’m Kevin Stillwell and I’ll be your guide. A few notes before we get started. This tour takes approximately an hour and a half to complete. You can stop at any time and start again at the same spot later. If you’d like, you can put your phone in your pocket and just listen from here. I’ll be giving you clear directions and the audio will automatically start playing when you get close to the next point of interest. If a site is closed or your path is blocked, don’t worry. Just go around it. The tour will pick up at the next location. And this is important: PLEASE make sure you stay aware of your surroundings at all times and obey all traffic signals.

    Okay, I think we’re ready to get started. Take a look around. You should be standing on Fairmount Avenue in front of what looks like a Medieval castle. You are? Then let’s begin!

    Welcome to the city of brotherly love, the cradle of liberty, Quaker city, the city that loves you back, the birthplace of America. Philly.

    From its earliest beginnings, Philadelphia has been a beautiful, vibrant city. Founded by William Penn in 1682, the city quickly developed a rich and vivid role in shaping American culture. Penn himself laid the plans for some of its major buildings and thoroughfares, many of which, thanks to the city’s excellent preservation efforts, are still standing today. But it doesn’t stop there – Philadelphia’s commitment to the arts, as well as its culinary delights, make it a cosmopolitan destination. So take a walk through history with us as your guide and learn all about Pennsylvania’s sophisticated yet accessible capital.

    Photo “Philadelphia Skyline” by Robert Shenk is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

  3. 1 Eastern State Penitentiary
  4. 2 Rodin Museum / Sculpture Garden
  5. 3 The Franklin Institute
  6. 4 JFK Plaza (aka LOVE Park)
  7. 5 Philadelphia City Hall
  8. 6 Reading Terminal Market / Pennsylvania Dutch
  9. 7 Declaration House
  10. 8 The Liberty Bell
  11. 9 Independence Hall
  12. 10 First Bank of the United States
  13. 11 Cheesesteaks / Sonny’s Famous Steaks vs. Campo’s Deli
  14. 12 Elfreth's Alley
  1. 语音导览概要

    Welcome! We’re so glad you’ve chosen to join us for today’s tour… Birth of a Nation: exploring Philadelphia’s role in the creation of the United States of America . . . and cheesesteaks. We know you’re going to enjoy it. This tour is brought to you by ListenUp Audio, a leader in spoken word production since 2010. ListenUp provides the voices for walking tours, audiobooks, podcasts, and more. Visit us at www.listenup.audio. And now, on with our tour:

    Hi. I’m Kevin Stillwell and I’ll be your guide. A few notes before we get started. This tour takes approximately an hour and a half to complete. You can stop at any time and start again at the same spot later. If you’d like, you can put your phone in your pocket and just listen from here. I’ll be giving you clear directions and the audio will automatically start playing when you get close to the next point of interest. If a site is closed or your path is blocked, don’t worry. Just go around it. The tour will pick up at the next location. And this is important: PLEASE make sure you stay aware of your surroundings at all times and obey all traffic signals.

    Okay, I think we’re ready to get started. Take a look around. You should be standing on Fairmount Avenue in front of what looks like a Medieval castle. You are? Then let’s begin!

    Welcome to the city of brotherly love, the cradle of liberty, Quaker city, the city that loves you back, the birthplace of America. Philly.

    From its earliest beginnings, Philadelphia has been a beautiful, vibrant city. Founded by William Penn in 1682, the city quickly developed a rich and vivid role in shaping American culture. Penn himself laid the plans for some of its major buildings and thoroughfares, many of which, thanks to the city’s excellent preservation efforts, are still standing today. But it doesn’t stop there – Philadelphia’s commitment to the arts, as well as its culinary delights, make it a cosmopolitan destination. So take a walk through history with us as your guide and learn all about Pennsylvania’s sophisticated yet accessible capital.

    Photo “Philadelphia Skyline” by Robert Shenk is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

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  • Peter

    5 out of 5 rating 09-11-2018

    It is great tour. Thank you.

  • Maryana

    5 out of 5 rating 10-18-2016

    Great