Go there, walk slowly and try to remember that this open space, in the middle of one of America's largest cities, was laid out by William Penn. After walking through this urban oasis, walk around the parimeter -- stop for lunch at Parc or any of the other many restaurants. Browse the Barnes and Noble Bookstore. Look in the windows of the many boutique stores that are adjacent to the square. One could spend an entire afternoon there or on the adjacent streets.
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