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    Quote Originally Posted by lordofthemark View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tania View Post
    I'm from Philly, yo. Grew up in the 'burbs and lived in Center City from 88-99.
    I don't remember seeing you. I lived in Philly 89-94; 18th & Spring Garden the last two years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judd View Post
    This was the hardest part of the trip. We went to Monk's on the way out of town which was a 27 mile bike ride. Every time I've had a beer before or during a ride has been really rough.
    I feel like with a little more practice, you could become a pro at this.

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    Seriously, any trip to Philly that does not involve a (properly participating) visit to either Eulogy or Monk's is a trip wasted in my book. We can see history and bikes here, but, with apologies to Granville Moore's, great Belgian beer bars are thin on the ground in the DC area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huskerdont View Post
    Seriously, any trip to Philly that does not involve a (properly participating) visit to either Eulogy or Monk's is a trip wasted in my book. We can see history and bikes here, but, with apologies to Granville Moore's, great Belgian beer bars are thin on the ground in the DC area.
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