We walked into a one of their magnificent buildings, which had large doors similar to Hogwarts'. We entered the room, and every detail of that room was eye catching. There were around a dozen portraits hanging off the wall, with seats on two sides of one long table. There held the info session. The man who spoke was very energetic and very passionate on what he talked about. His pants were like pajamas, and from the moment I saw them, I knew that he was different from the regular admissions officers. He wasn't one of those strict people that were usually expressionless when they talk. When he spoke, he was giving personal experiences, and amusing the crowd as well as giving enough information on Princeton.
|Room at Princeton|
|Cathedral in Princeton|
|Castle Looking Building|
|Our First Philly Cheese Steak|
It was disappointing that no one from Princeton could have a dinner with us, because no one lived near Philadelphia. This was the second time we dined by ourselves instead of with college alumni, which was great and all, but I wanted to get to know how Princeton was through its past student's eyes. Though we dined by ourselves, this was still a fantastic day to end our Philly stay. Now, our last stop, Cornell, finally awaits us.
|The Amazing Bread|
|The Tasty Duck|