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My visit to Philadelphia was short but intense. We saw many beautiful things, met interesting people, ate a lot, and had tiny (but good) hours of sleep.

I crossed the ocean. 6000 km. 3700 miles


The Barnes Foundation
The Barnes Foundation
20 th Street & Benjamin Franklin Parkway
(215) 640-0171 barnesfoundation.org
@the_barnes

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens
http://phillymagicgardens.org/
1020 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
215-733-0390
info@philadelphiasmagicgardens.org

We were well received, the Eiffel Tower in support to feel like home. Special mention to the roof terrace.

The Continental Mid-town
1801 Chestnut Street
(215) 567-1800, continentalmidtown.com
PR contact: Laura Krebs, Cashman & Associates, (215) 627-1060,

I’ve seen people make extreme tree climbing, worse than at UCPA !

We dined at the 36th floor of a skyscraper. What a view!
R2L
50 S. 16th Street
(215) 564-5337, r2lrestaurant.com
@r2lphl
Restrooms as far as your eyes can see

Longwood Gardens
1001 Longwood Road, Kennett Square, PA
(610) 388-1000, longwoodgardens.org
@LongwoodGardens

 

Life <3

Bacon @ Sofitel

Sofitel Philadelphia
120 S. 17th Street
(215) 569-8300, sofitel.com
@SofitelPhilly

 

I have a new friend

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
118-128 N. Broad Street (Broad & Cherry Streets)
(215) 972-7600, pafa.org
@PAFAcademy

I hugged a giant poo

I tried to cheer him up

I saw a really shortsighted wall (the gap in french Social Security, it’s it)

I met Lady Gaga

I tried to understand the Mayas

University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
3260 South Street
(215) 898-4001, http://www.penn.museum/

I saw the Love statue

Then I came back, but I could not sleep (picture taken in the plane at 4am, my freaked body hour)

 

This little video sums all, in motion:

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