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Long layover in PHL

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One week from today we will be on our way to Munich and we will have a 6 hour layover at PHL. I would like to take a taxi into the city and see the Liberty Bell and just walk around this historical city. Is this doable in the time we will have?

DH is concerned about the airport being too busy. As we know the Democratic Convention will be over by Saturday but some delegates might stay an extra day or two, hence the airport would be very crowded. We both have Global Entry so we should have TSA pre-check but I'm still concerned about availability of taxis, uber, etc.

Of course there's always the option to hang out at the Admiral's Club and drink the afternoon away. ((d))

Your thoughts are welcome.

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