My cousin and her husband were gracious enough to host us in their awesome house and the location was a prime spot for our weekend shenanigans. I shared the nitty gritty details of what we ate over on my food blog so take a look if you're into eating.
PHS Pop Up Garden
The Library but it was kind of lame so we just took a few photos of the swanky hotel and atrium and then headed on our way.
Franklin Mortgage and 1 Tippling instead. Like I mentioned above, I detailed all of my adventures as an epicure (and lush) over on my food blog so if you're curious about the booze and the food, click over.
On Saturday morning, we finally got to try out the bike share. Indego is a slightly different program from what we've dealt with in the past. There are plans that charge $4 per ride, which just seemed like ripoffs to us. So, we signed up for the monthly unlimited plan (unlimited rides under 1 hour each) for $15, which is actually a pretty good deal considering the Toronto, DC, and Boston bike shares were about $7 for a daily pass.
I loved this particular bike share because the bikes themselves were lightweight, the seat heights were lower than the other ones I've tried (which is great for a shortie like me), and the baskets were nicer.
Spruce Street Harbor Park
my food blog but I'm sharing all of the awesome llama art here.
Tokens are $1.80 each.
And yes, Justin Bieber practices law in PA.
Board Game Art Park
Rocky Steps / Philadelphia Museum of Art