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US Airways Flights from St Louis (STL) to Philadelphia (PHL)

Orbitz is pleased to offer airline tickets on US Airways, which operates 6 non-stop flights from St Louis (STL) to Philadelphia (PHL) departing between 7:20am and 6:55pm on select days of the week. The average travel time from St Louis, MO to Philadelphia, PA is 2 hours and 7 minutes.

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During your Philadelphia vacation, don't miss these great establishments and attractions:

Arch Street Meeting House
This plain brick building dates from 1804, but William Penn gave the land to his Religious Society of Friends in 1693. In this capital city of Quakers, the Meeting House opens its doors to 12,000 local Friends for worship during the last week in March each year. Quakers believe in direct, unmediated guidance by the Holy Spirit; individuals publicly search their souls during "threshing sessions" in a spartan chamber with no pulpit, only hand-hewn benches that face one another. Other areas of the Meeting House display Bibles, clothing, and implements of Quaker life past and present, along with a simple history of the growth of the religion and the life of William Penn.

Christ Church Burial Ground
This 1719 expansion of the original graveyard of Christ Church contains the graves of Benjamin Franklin and his wife, Deborah, along with those of four other signers of the Declaration of Independence and many Revolutionary War heroes. There are always pennies on Ben's grave; tossing them there is a local tradition that is supposed to bring good luck.

City Hall
When construction of City Hall began in 1871, it was planned to be the tallest structure in the world. But plans were scaled back, other buildings surpassed it, and the elaborate 1901 wedding cake by John McArthur, Jr., with an inner courtyard straight out of a French château, quickly became outdated. The charming building is still in use as the mayor's office and is home to offices from the Register of Wills to city courtrooms to City Council's quarters. Philadelphians love the crowning 37-foot statue of William Penn by A. M. Calder. For years the structure appeared rather rusty and grimy, but now, with repainting, new cast iron work, and cleaning, City Hall has reclaimed its pride.You may wish to wander inside the vast floors, which range from the breathtaking to the bureaucratically forlorn. Both inside and out, City Hall boasts rich sculptural decoration. The Mayor's Reception Room (no. 202) and the City Council Chamber (no. 400) are especially ornate.The highlight of City Hall is the tower view. The Juniper Street entrance is most convenient, but you can take any corner elevator to the seventh floor and follow the red tape (always indicative of city government). In this case, it leads to two escalators and a waiting area for the tower elevator. The elevator up to Penn statue's recently cleaned shoestrings, at 548 feet, can hold only eight people, and the outdoor cupola cannot hold many more. On the way, notice how thick the walls are -- City Hall is the tallest building ever constructed without a skeleton of steel girders, so that its white stone is 6 feet thick at the top and 22 feet thick at ground level. The view from the top encompasses not only the city but also the upper and lower Delaware Valley and port, western New Jersey, and suburban Philadelphia. It's windy up there, though. If you look straight down, you can see more of the hundreds of sculptures designed by Calder, the works of whose descendants -- Alexander Stirling Calder (1870-1945) and Alexander Calder (1898-1976) -- beautify Logan Circle and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. You could spend hours, although 45 minutes should do it for the highlights.


Make your reservations for discount hotel rooms in the Philadelphia area, including:

Omni Hotel at Independence Park
This small, polished hotel, opened in 1990, has a terrific location fronting onto Independence National Historical Park, and is near many of the best Old City restaurants and galleries. All rooms have park views and were recently renovated, though there's a sense of history, too, as horse-drawn carriages clip-clop past the valet parking drop-off and elegant glass-and-steel canopy. The lobby is classic, with huge vases of flowers, and a clubby adjacent bar featuring a pianist. Every room is cheery, with plants and original pastels of city views. The staff here is noteworthy for its quality and its knowledge of the park. The hotel's Azalea serves New American fare. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, brunch, and dinner, and the comfortable lounge serves excellent hamburgers and light pastas. The Ritz Five movie theater is next door in the Bourse complex.

Hotel Windsor
This all-suite hotel located on the flag-flanked Parkway is convenient to shopping, the Convention Center, and the Art Museum, and has a pleasant lobby and balconies off most rooms. Living rooms and bedrooms are spacious and bland, with large, fully equipped kitchens, including pots, pans, dishware, and utensils, making it a good spot for families. All suites were renovated in 2003, and have marble bathrooms; the one-bedroom suites have a king-size bed, and there is a pull-out sofa in the living room.There is a rooftop pool, and in the lobby, Peacock on the Parkway restaurant has a bar, and serves Italian fare for lunch and dinner; breakfast is available at nearby cafes and delis. Adjacent to the hotel, Mace's Crossing tavern is popular for alfresco martini-sipping in the summer months.

The Hilton Inn at Penn
The handsome and elegantly appointed Inn at Penn is my favorite place to stay in the city limits when west of the Schuylkill River. The Inn, managed by Hilton Hotels, is the keystone of the block-long Sansom Commons, an attractive six-story brick area that includes the outstanding University Bookstore and collegiate trendy stores such as Urban Outfitters and a Cosi coffee and sandwich bar. While the front door faces the Penn campus across Walnut Street, you'll enter through a porte-cochere off the north side of Sansom Street. Expansive stairways and corridors connect entrances to registration and to the Living Room, a fully-stocked library where complimentary tea and coffee are dispensed until 4pm, and wine and spirits are sold thereafter. Artwork and bas-reliefs of U. Penn's athletic triumphs from decades past adorn the Mission-style walls. The rooms are done in warm olive and beige tones, with top-quality furnishings, firm beds, and individual temperature controls; some were recently renovated. The academic flavor translates into efficient lighting and amenities such as dual-line phones, voice mail, and coffeemakers.Penne Restaurant and Wine Bar is a pleasant trattoria where chef Roberta Adamo hand-makes all the pasta. The Faculty Club restaurant serves breakfast and lunch. The futuristic Asian-themed Pod, with excellent pad Thai, sushi served from a conveyor belt, and sexy color-shifting decor, is within the Sansom Commons complex. University City is rich in ethnic restaurants, many within a block or two of the inn.


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