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... There's a Japanese tea house, a Ming-dynasty audience hall, a Hindu temple, a mediaeval cloister, a Gothic chapel. Some of the art is excellent.
And, we got to see a Vermeer, Young Lady Seated at the Virginal, on loan from the Leiden Collection in New York. This painting was only recently authenticated as by Vermeer (based upon some findings from Sotheby's, like that it's cut from the same cloth as another ...
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... opened AGAIN!! Luckily we were in a better location and hit away from the storm in a Starbucks and shopping centre!
This time we managed to get back without being drenched! So after a quick change headed out for Pizza! Basically all we did in Philadelphia was eat amazing food with the added bonus of not costing very much, something we hadn't found so far! I would absolutely recommend Philly to anyone who likes.... food pretty much!
... old prison from the Pennsylvania system of incarceration. Called a penitentiary for a reason, the focus of the Pennsylvania system was on penitence, feeling sorry for the crime you committed. Because of this focus, in the Pennsylvania system the inmates were kept in complete isolation from each other. Walked from place to place with hoods over their heads, they lived and worked in isolation. The prisoners never saw or heard another ...