There is some awesome history to experience in Philadelphia. I learned quite a bit about the founding of our nation. Another thing I learned: I am severely challenged in the art of making “touchless” faucets – favored by every single public restroom I’ve visited on this trip – actually yield water. Seriously. I think my hands may be invisible.
After all the awe-inspiring history, we made our way back to Baltimore and the neighborhood of Hampden for supper at a local favorite, Cafe Hon. Their roast beef with mashed potatoes, fresh green beans, and gravy made for a warm and homey meal. Then we looked up and spotted this:
Last stop of the day was to a neighborhood ice cream joint that specializes in outrageously delicious flavors, and I had to try this one. Old Bay is the east coast’s favorite seafood seasoning. Caramel ice cream with a kick to it. Excellent!
Today we’ve got a much more low-key, kicked-back day planned. Time to rest and simply enjoy hanging out together. Sounds perfect.