With Art Philadelphia

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

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens
1020 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147

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!
50 S. 16th Street
(215) 564-5337, r2lrestaurant.com
Restrooms as far as your eyes can see

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


Life <3

Bacon @ Sofitel

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


I have a new friend

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

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: