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bousozoku Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2011
Isn't that 10th Street just south of Filbert?

It's been so long since I lived there, I can't really remember. I wouldn't be surprised if the construction barrels were there the last time I was. :D
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AwkwardScience Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
Yes, I think so. :)
Yes, Philly is notoriously slow when it comes to that sort of thing.
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bousozoku Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011
It makes me homesick thinking about it. I spent so much time around there.
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AwkwardScience Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2011
Lot of good memories?
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bousozoku Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2011
Absolutely. Philadelphia was the only place in the U.S.A. that felt like home immediately. I had good friends and lots of success.

I didn't eat so much in China Town because a lot of the restaurants American-ized their food, but shopping at the grocery store on Arch St. always yielded something good and I'd usually end up on South St. afterwards or down at Penn's Landing, if there was some music thingee.
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AwkwardScience Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2011
Not the biggest city in the states but there is still always something going on if you know where to look.
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bousozoku Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2011
It hasn't been the biggest city for a long time, nor a national capitol.

I'd never been to Roxborough/Manayunk because it was the yuppie area, but a singer/songwriter friend of mine from the Los Angeles area played somewhere in that area once.

I always liked the food in Philly, whether you were slummin' it or you had big money. I gotta say that the best Chinese food I got in the city was from a truck that worked the UPenn and Drexel campus area. They had a huge line because they cooked the food fresh in front of you.
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AwkwardScience Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2011
Philly is definitely a culinary city. The food defines Philly culture in every way. The cheese steaks, the pretzels, the fried chicken.
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