I wanted to get this up yesterday but a girl only has so much time on her hands. But better late than never. Right?
Ale and I took the Megabus and arrived around 7:30pm. (I love Megabus by the way, so cheap!). We went straight to our AirBnB to drop off our luggage. We rented a full apartment in Rittenhouse Square and it was great. We then wandered aimlessly around the city where we listened to live music at the Llama Tooth, had a slice at Slice, and finally ending up at Tria Cafe Rittenhouse (definitely recommend this place) for a few final beers.
We started Saturday out right with lots of food at Reading Terminal Market. This is a seriously must see (eat?) in Philly. Seriously! It’s basically just a giant food court. My favorite was hands down, the fresh salted dough pretzels from Miller’s Twist. Seriously, the best pretzels ever. And so, so fresh! Also we had a sweet little anatomy lesson.
I didn’t buy any but aren’t those chocolates awesome? Next we moved on to history lessons at the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
And we also saw Elfreth’s Alley which is the U.S.’s oldest, continuously inhabited street.
Before we left I definitely had to eat at Reading Terminal Market again. Then hit up a few more museums. First, I learned all about relationship goals at the Rodin Museum.
Last stop was the Barnes Foundation. No photography allowed inside but the outside was beautiful. So here you go.
All I can say is that the collection at the Barnes Foundation was ridiculous. If you get the chance to go, you definitely should.
So the big question is, where should I go next?
Okay guys, I need to make a confession. I didn’t adhere to my 30 day ab challenge while in Philly. =/ I know, shame on me. But I am in the process of making it up. That counts for something, right?
Do you exercise on vacation?