Seventh Street B&B
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... over 250 sculptures incorporated into it. At the top is a giant bronze statue of William Penn, founder of the city, which is over 37 feet tall and weighs something like 20 tonnes. Also in Philadelphia is the 'Love' sculpture which has been copied onto numerous printed items I have seen across the world. I had no idea it even existed so was a great surprise!
Next we headed toward the city’s important landmarks in American ...
... each other - we could see them pretty clearly, they said they couldn't see us though - go figure. It was an awesome game! So much atmosphere, especially compared to the basketball. Ryan and I were going for Rangers, naturally - New York! We were tiny speckles of blue in a red sea of capitals fans, who loved to cheer 'Ran-gers suck'. Even though it's a low scoring game, there is still a lot of action ...
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We made it to our third city intact, and finally had a problem free journey!! We saw Lisa off in a taxi at 11am as she flies home to Blighty, then we set off for Penn Station to catch our train to Philly. No dramatic tales to tell thank god! The best thing that happened on our trip was when we got off the subway in Philadelphia at 5th Street. We were a little confused as to what direction to head in and immediately a kindly ...
It's a sad day........Our last day of tour, so is was hoping it was going to be a goodie. What better way to start than by running up the steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Rocky style!! After a quick snap with the Rocky statue we headed off for a world famous Phili Cheesesteak. On the corner of 9th Street is where rivalry for the title of Philadelphia's best Cheesesteak sandwich lives, Pat's or Geno's? Our tactical ...
... American home cook in 1958. She likes making some things and not others, even as she prefers eating some things to others — and there, in personal aesthetics, does the matter end for her. It’s not that Betty lacks opinions about food. It’s just that the ones she has are limited to what she does and does not personally like to make and eat.
Now imagine one possible counterpart to Betty today, her 30-year-old granddaughter Jennifer. ...