Hotel Palomar Philadelphia - a Kimpton Hotel
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... warning sounded to call the volunteer firemen to the station, and people with bullhorns began announcing the situation to the crowds. What a bummer! We were so grateful that we had been able to eat. Spontaneously, on the way home, Annaliese offered to take us to downtown Philadelphia on the spot. So we got to see the Liberty Bell after all. Having driven around more today, I am so thankful that we have power at the Goves. Not sure what tomorrow, our last day here, will ...
... even though it was crawling with visitors. There are also cells that house art installations… things that range from knitted furniture, pictures, and a whole car! How they got that in there, I do not know. It was an awesome place to visit, and photograph.
We took the audio tour, which was highly informative and easy to follow… well, mine was until my headset started screeching at me and I had to go get it ...
... got some cough medicine, and I was asked for ID! It was for ages 12+.....I mean really?! We carried on walking after I had taken it but I wasn't feeling much better so we got a taxi instead. First we went to the National Historic district and saw the Independence Hall, the First American Bank and Old City Hall. It was interesting to see but it was a bit too hot to be walking around so much. After this we went to City Hall, and also the Masonic Temple. We wanted ...
... especially enjoyable and the audio guided tour is about the best I’ve used for any museum anywhere. Definitely go to the Barnes Foundation if you’re ever in Philadelphia!
One last highlight of this trip to Philadelphia for me was the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul on Logan Square. The cathedral is the head church of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the largest church in Pennsylvania, mostly in Neo-Renaissance and Palladian architectural ...
... after a few drinks and a chat with a couple of locals I got my torch and set about making as much noise as possible getting to bed.
It was a strange run on Saturday morning. The Penn Landing is industrial and abrasive and this doesn’t change until you get round to old town. I followed the Benjamin Franklin Bridge up to the Art’s district then had to run up to the Art Museum just to run up the steps a la Rocky Balboa. There ...