Sunday, March 4, 2018

PHILADELPHIA BEAUTY

Over the last couple weeks when I've been in Philadelphia, it has been spectacular. Is it any wonder I love this city...such wonderful architecture and scenes, from the Masonic Temple, to the Art Museum, to City Hall, to Rittenhouse Square.
Blue Coat at Independence Hall

Spring may be coming to the Ritz Carlton

20 comments:

  1. It is very beautiful. I'm still staying in California. No wanderlust at all. I do like the feel of history.

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    1. I've been to California several times, and loved it, but don't know I'd move out there. If I did, I by far preferred Northern Cali, especially the San Francisco, Napa Valley, Lake Tahoe, Sausalito area.

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    2. I live a hop skip and a jump from San Francisco (if you take a helicopter, traffic you know). I've lived here twenty-five years now, and I still miss San Diego. The weather is better in Southern California, and the water at the beach is warmer. Little things mean a lot. I can't live where it snows. Balder half is originally from Chicago. He never wants to live in snow again. Playing in snow is different :) You seem to be the kind of person who makes lemonade out of lemons, so you'd find a way to make it anywhere. I could be wrong, though.

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  2. I tried watching the Oscars....major snooze. Wonderful photos Mistress. You were right by my apartment.

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    1. You aren't kidding. I watched 20 minutes and thought a funeral parlor had more excitement. And the fashion was the worst I'd seen!!!! Very prom feel meet Jersey Housewives gowns. What the hell happened from the Golden Globes?!?! Much more elegant and fashionable there.

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    2. I agree, it was really boring, I turned the channel and completely forgot about it. I usually don't watch award shows anyway.

      Nice pictures, looks like a good city to play tourist in.

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  3. I can't believe I have never ever been to Philadelphia. My parents used to go all the time and they loved the city. Your photos are perfect.

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  4. awwww, a baby bluecoat at independence hall! you probably swallowed the contents in one big gulp!

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    1. Hey one has to keep warm somehow! Like KAREN walker, I never leave home without it.

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  5. Great pictures, I need to come to Philly for a long weekend or two.

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    1. you & me & maddie & sweet bear in philly - hell, we would probably be arrested for all the fun we would have!

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  6. Stunning! What a spectacular skyline! So many astounding buildings and what fantastic landscaping! Not to mention the awesome history that makes Philly a great and hallowed place.

    You've done well to showcase the dazzling architecture and beauty of Philadelphia. Magnificent edifices. Regal skyscrapers. So many varieties of huge erections to enjoy!

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    1. you should see the erections in the gayborhood...

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  7. If only it wasn't so flippin' cold! ;-) Hope you had a wonderful weekend! Hugs!

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  8. Beautiful pictures, and I'd love to have a shot of bourbon at that place in the last picture.

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  9. That one picture looks like its Venice (which I know from pictures, anyway.)

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    1. that is the waterworks along the schuylkill river; the art museum is the building on the hill.

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  10. We do have one hell of a beautiful city.

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  11. Philadelphia certainly is one of the prettier US cities.

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