Monday, April 11, 2005
Enjoy an evening of free time to explore Philadelphia. SUGI will provide shuttles running from 7:30pm – 11:30pm between conference hotels and drop-off/pick-up locations.
- Pick-up and drop-off locations:
- Philadelphia Marriott Downtown –
12th Street North of Market Street (outside 12th Street entrance of hotel)
Courtyard Philadelphia Downtown –
Penn Square, North of Market Street (outside of entrance across from City Hall)
Loews Philadelphia Hotel –
12th Street South of Market Street (outside side entrance by elevators)
Stop 1- Dave and Busters Fun N' Games
- Dave & Busters is one of the hottest attractions on the Philadelphia
Waterfront. When you wander into the Million Dollar Midway of this fun and
fantastic world of virtual reality, you’ll discover one of the best places on
earth to challenge your coordination. From billiards and casino games to
multi-sensory turbo rides experience fun and games for big people.
Each guest showing their SUGI badge will receive a gift bag including tokens,
knick knacks, and a Power Card with a six-chip value. There is no cover, but
children must be accompanied by an adult (identification proving 21 years of
age may be requested at the door.) The suggested attire is nice casual. All
major credit cards & checks are accepted. Average Entrée Cost: $22
*Average Entrée Cost:
Estimated pricing based on Zagat Survey (the world's best-selling publisher of
Stop 2 – Old City – Restaurants and Bars
- Old City is recognized today for being both steeped in rich history and one of the hippest
neighborhoods in Philadelphia. Housing art galleries and trendy restaurants, this area is hopping
twenty-four hours a day. The nightclub scene has an impressive collection of bars and
restaurants each with unique style that set them apart from the rest of the pack. Whatever
your mood or style, you will find the perfect place to entertain here in Old City.
Stop 3 - Rittenhouse Square - Restaurants and Shopping
- Rittenhouse Square anchors a neighborhood of manicured townhouses,
sidewalk cafes and cultural institutions that share close proximity both to
Row and the natural beauty of one of the nation’s oldest parks is located
from 16th to 22nd Streets between Chestnut & Pine Streets.