Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art

It's hard to drive on the I-76 through Philadelphia and not miss the gargantuan building that is the Philadelphia Museum of Art.  This museum is seriously impressive, boasting two floors filled with various collections ranging from Impressionist paintings to arms & armors collection to a Japanese garden. Full disclosure: as much as I love museums, [...]

An afternoon in East Passyunk

An afternoon in East Passyunk

I'm finally getting a slow week after a few weeks of work and hosting visitors.  Finally I'm able to look through the photos I took of the places I visited and compile them into a post.  Up first - East Passyunk. Despite living in Philly for 2 years now, this was actually my first time [...]

Philly from the top

Philly from the top

The thing you need to know about me is I really enjoy a good observation deck.  As much as I have a fear of heights, I absolutely love staring down at a cityscape and taking it all in.  Sure, it's a bit "touristy", but it's always on top of the list of any city I [...]

The Rail Park

The Rail Park

Ian and I have been living in Philadelphia for almost 2 years now.  I am still amazed at the amazing new finds I'm discovering in the city - restaurants, architecture, parks, etc.  A few weeks ago, my mom came for her annual visit, and she suggested that we visit The Rail Park after reading about [...]

Cake

Cake

Cake - $$ 8501 Germantown Ave Philadelphia, PA 19118 Since moving to Philadelphia a year ago, a lot of friends traveling through the city have asked me for recommendations.  My response is usually "uhhhhhh idk".  It's not that I don't want to be helpful, but I'm a creature of habit and I tend to frequent the [...]