It's too bad that the Yankee$$$ won the World Series since it's always fun to visit a city that's pumped up after winning a championship.
I want to second the recommendation for the Museum at the University of Pennsylvania. It is fascinating. Not sure if anyone mentioned the Rodin which is just down the boulevard from
the Philadelphia Museum ofArt. Although much smaller, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine
Arts has a wonderful collection, especially 19th century American classics.
I also have to mention the Mummers Museum - classic Philadelphia with costumes and stringed
instruments from the various New Year's parades.
If you like Spanish food, Tinto is wonderful
imbues, how was your Philly trip?