Road Trip - Day Five
Quick stop in Philly on the way home.
The "Rocky" steps in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Philly from the top of the "Rocky" steps.
Some pretty cool architecture at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The Great Stair Hall at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, featuring a statue of Diana.
Jacob Epstein’s Social Consciousness at the west entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Walking out to see the waterfall near Fairmount Water Works.
Fairmount Water Works in the foreground with the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the background.
The Liberty Bell.
Where it all went down: Independence Hall.
Perhaps the creepiest room I've seen in a while - at the National Constitution Center.
Looking out on the mall (Independence Hall is across the way) from inside the National Constitution Center.
The Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier in Washington Square.
Spotted while walking along the 9th Street Italian Market.
This guy runs a grocery delivery service from this Target shopping cart. Sign says "since 1991".
We tried cheesesteaks from both Geno's and Pat's. This one's the winner in my book.
Inside City Hall.
City Hall at night with William Penn at the very top, surveying his domain.
Outdoor art next to the Philadelphia Academy of the Fine Arts.