71 Days

What I did during my summer vacation…

Day 37.5: First Philly Cheese Steak

a view of the ceilings from one of our train stops. Loved the motion of the train on the tracks. Got to see some urban graffiti – so exciting!

We had a fun, affordable ($8) train ride from the airport to the beautiful hotel. We were all starving but instead of going to a chain, we went to the Field House at Reading Terminal Market. We decided to begin our philly cheese steak pilgrimage and Karen and I ordered our phillies. I rated the huge, stuffed sub with 2 stars out of 10; Karen gave it a 0. Not our best meal and there were some comparisons to Alpo. Not a shining culinary moment, but we shall not give up. We will persevere, we are ‘Mericans and we are committed to the ideals of life, liberty and the pursuit of Philly cheese steaks in Philadelphia.
We are planning to go here (pic below) as it was recommended by a local AND the state of Pennsylvania!



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