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... murals we saw, since we were in an arts district.
We took a chance on a historical "pub" for its atmosphere, but the food left something to be desired. You can see the World Cup was big here, and our cabbie, a nice young guy who moved here from East Africa 6 years ago, wasn't sure whether to root for Ghana or the U.S.
Independence Park was popular and a place of ...
So Philly is steeped in it's history, it's got more firsts than Boston, more monumental political history than Washington, but it's also got a nice edge.
In between the pristine historical halls and National Park areas, there's a whole lot of sometimes pretty sometimes edgy art , this is what made Philly stand out to us compared to other cities.
The whole city is dotted with murals, graffiti and statues. You'll easily ...
... Bruce Springsteen, who also applies to tomorrow with my favourite track of his 'Atlantic City'. Which incidentally name checks Phily in the first line. And following these are the Dopkick Murpheys with "I'm Shipping up to Boston", which was most extensively used in The Departed OST. I could've also gone for the band Boston and More Than A Feeling. New York has too many references to really think about, though off the top of my head I'd opt for Empire State of Mind ...
... Pleased to leave the apartment from Hell, we drove the two hours down to Philly. We plan on going for a run tomorrow morning ending up where else but the Rocky Steps, and will take a look at the Liberty Bell etc as well. Today we were too busy enjoying a cool hotel room with 2 huge comfortable beds and only had a quick walk around the City Centre taking a couple of pictures of City Hall with the statue of William Penn (Old Chigwellian - we really do get ...
We left New York and started our cross-country journey. New Jersey begins on the other side of Hudson River. We crossed the state via the New Jersey Turnpike, the nation's most famous toll road. We crossed Delaware River and entered Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, founded by Quaker William Penn in 1682. In the early days of the colonies, Philadelphia was a leading ...