NY and Philly – Day 3

^Pictures from PMA^

I guess there’s not much to say about this day, because not much happened (just kidding – lots did!). As I woke up, in my nice, warm, “Hyatt” bed, I knew a long, tiring day was ahead. We were going to go to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. So after I had changed, then I went out with the rest of my family out to the car. We were heading for the Museum. Once we got there, we had to walk across a field that was covered with “Ice-Crusted” snow. Whenever me or my brother fell through, we said, “onch” for some reason. It doesn’t quite make sense now. Then we went into the museum. Everyone in our family except my dad got one of those “AntennAudio” things. They are fun and make the museum more worth looking at. At this museum, almost all the paintings had one of these things! It was lots of fun. My favorite painting that I saw there was, “Sunflowers” by Vincent Van Gogh. It was so exhausting. Then we went to the Cafeteria and Austin and I had Mac and Cheese with a Cookie, Orange Juice (that I specified which kind since I’m not sure what are the different types of juicers they had), Milk, and a bag of Chips (potato ones). We went back out to the gallery after that and looked at more paintings. When our day there drew to a close, dad went to get the car while AJ and me ate the Chips that we got at lunch because our parents wouldn’t let us eat them at lunch.
Then we went out for dinner at a chinese restaurant and headed back to the hotel for our last night there. It was a nice, and relaxing hotel… but the best part of the trip lay ahead.