• Red Pedal Tours Adds to Its Offerings

     
    POSTED May 17, 2017
     

Red Pedal Tours in Philadelphia is now offering a brand-new tour for foodies. We profiled Red Pedal Tours in our Spring 2014 issue when they had just hit the streets with their bright red pedicycle, and we are thrilled they are growing in popularity. The pedicycle is powered by you—there are 12 seats lining two sides of the cycle, with a bench in the back for three non-cyclers to enjoy the ride. Their history tours are a fun and active way to experience the city’s history in a new way. Pub crawls are intended for those who want to check out the city’s bars, while foodies will rejoice in their latest addition to their lineup—food tours. Work up an appetite pedaling around the city with stops at Reading Terminal Market, Barra Rossa and Destination Dogs. Tours are two hours and begin at Silence Dogood Tavern in Old City. 

These properties are contemporary, quirky and rich in local flavor.

 

There was plenty going on for Global Meetings Industry Day on April 4 (the fourth annual Meetings Mean Business Coalition event), but NYC & Company caught everyone's attention by turning some of the city's most iconic buildings blue. Using MMBC’s signature color, the goal was to raise awareness of the impact that face-to-face meetings have on the global economy and NYC.

The following buildings stayed blue rom sundown to 2 a.m.: