Rodeway Inn Center City
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... no interest in art. Apparently, it's one of the best art museums in the country. Who knew? Ironically, the main attraction in the area wasn't the museum itself, it was the statue of Rocky which stands outside the museum. An American woman poses for a photo with the statue before turning to her kids and saying proudly "Now I've eaten a cheesesteak and had a photo with Rocky. Now I've seen Philly." More on the cheesesteaks in a moment.
So I've realized that my posts have taken on a somewhat negative tone since the Pens lost, and I would like to make a few statements regarding that matter. First off, I would like everyone to know that I am enjoying myself completely so far. Sure, I may complain a bit here and there, but as much as I hate to admit it, I can find something to whine about anywhere. It's a character flaw.
Some of the comments I've been receiving imply that ...
... and landed a great shot on Emma. Followed by great anger and silence for 20 odd minutes.... Worth it!! The falls were an amazing experience from the observation deck on the American side and we hope to make it back across on the Canadian side in summer to see it from what we have been told is the better viewing side. Now back to the New York experience. So the plan was to take a bus and do day trips to eliminate the need for accommodation. We boarded a bus in Chinatown Philly ...
... a mixer box which was $10 per pound, and a tuna hogie between us. Hogie = baguette.
* Susie says : I want to move into Reading Terminal Market – Quincy Market may be a little prettier but it’s way more expensive. The variety is incredible and you can also see the Amish and get your shoes shined there. I did feel incredibly uncomfortable about the whole shoe shine thing at first but felt better when I saw that Barrack Obama had had his done ...
... small concert venue recommended by Isabelle. Fairly large place, good crowd for a weekday night. Sit at the bar and order an eggplant parmeasean sandwich. The bartender later duped me into a buying some kind of overpriced ice cream dessert for $6. Uggh. I strike up a conversation at the bar with some locals. One was a struggling musician, thinking of giving up on music as a career, which might also mean giving up on bartending/ waitering as a career. ...
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