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... exploring the treasures of the Barnes collection.
In the evening we had dinner at the City Tavern. It was here during the heady days of the Declaration of Independence and was frequented by the signers of the document along with the eventual authors of the Constitution.
On our last day in Philadelphia we walked our butts off. We did two walking tours, the first, Freedom Rings, was 2 hours and lead ...
... we ate our pasta, made good use of the wifi, and then decided to head up to bed just before 11pm whilst the lights were still on.
When we got up there, we found a small asian girl in the bed opposite us cuddling her macbook to her chest like a teddy whilst she slept....strangely cute in a decidedly odd way. Sure enough, we'd just gotten into bed when a guy came in and switched all the lights off, so we called it a night and settled down to sleep.
... look around before heading off to the ball game. On the way to the train station we passed a food vendor selling Phillie Cheese Steaks. A local dish which is made with chopped steak and onion with cheese melted in it - in a roll with mayo and ketch- up. It was awesome! Caught the train to Citizen's Bank Park, home to the Philadelphia Phillies. For a mid week daytime game there was a fair crowd there ...