Maybe this isn't the bus we took to Philly, but honestly, this one is just more fun to look at. Plus, I totally took this photo in Brooklyn, so it counts. Day 3 started off really slow for me. I had to catch up on sleep because when I first arrived, I hadn't slept in over 48 hours. Sleep was followed by travel. It took much longer than predicted thanks to the lateness of our bus. Good times.
I picked Sarah up at work. I felt like I was in a movie when I walked into this area. It's not everyday you go to the office of a major publication in NYC. I felt like Carrie Bradshaw walking into Vogue, but I wasn't there to make money or wearing high heels for that matter.
We only went to the train station in Philly to use the bathroom, but I'm glad we stopped in, because old train stations are pretty.
Since our bus took forevs, we didn't have time to do much else besides eat/drink. We took a potentially sketchy walk from our hotel to The Continental. It was a small hike, but I'm glad we walked. We ended up seeing a great little neighborhood in Philly. And, I must say, the food was worth the walk. I realize that is a ridiculously grainy shot, but I just wanted to show you those shoestring fries. Amazing. We ordered a bunch of small plates and they just kept bringing them out as they were ready. Sarah and I sat there for a few hours and had some great, inspiring conversation. It was really nice. Her and I don't get to do that often enough. I love her. The end.