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I mentioned in another blog that I hate to pack. I changed my mind 3 times on what to take, looked at what I had out and wondered if I could put half of it back. When you are going to be gone for 2 weeks with weather ranging from 62 to 85, it is a bit hard to decide. Throw in a black tie optional evening and 2 elegant casual and it is enough to make me want to actually buy a "little black dress" and some colorful scarves. I am me, though, ...
Up early to get to the Philadelphia Airport. NOT early enough though. Having to park in the economy lot, find the bus stop, get shuttled left us very little time to check in for our plane. Ray and I were both impressed with the US Air customer service received by the associates who got us through super fast and to the gate on time!. We jumped in queue and hopped on our plane. Whew! Off to Frisco. Deduct one point.
... It was abandoned and was scheduled for demolition before it was saved. It is now a park with trees and plants and a path for people to walk on. It gets so dense in some areas that you can hardly tell that you are in Manhattan. After this we headed back to our hotel to do some laundry and pack for our trip to Philadelphia.
We got up Saturday morning and walked over to the car rental to get our car. It took ...
... construction was completed. As a major industrial center and railroad hub, the city grew from an influx of European immigrants. Today, the city is home to several fortune 500 companies. As with Alburqurque, Philadelphia businesses must pay an "artistic" tax, resulting in having more outdoor sculptures and murals than any other American city.
While on tour, we passed the site on Market Street where a ...
... Shortly before my visit a new annex building across street, the Perelman Building, was opened to house specific collections of decorative arts and special exhibitions. I’ve also been hearing rumors on the radio of a major project to expand gallery space in the main museum building too, apparently underground.
Overall I consider the Philadelphia Museum of Art to be one of the finest in the United ...