After getting to the end of the PPT lower half, I continued with the other PPT section. It was less eventful, except for the police notice I saw at "PPT 3" about the serial rapist/murderer. Boy, Northeast Philadelphia is a tough neighborhood! After doing PPT 2 and 3, I drove over to Verree Road to do PPT 14 thru 24. That was the longest walk of the day but I got all those geocaches relatively quickly. Even had time to examine some flowers on the vines. After PPT 24, I went around the neighborhood to pick up more easy geocaches. Finished the day (or so I thought) in the Elkins Park neighborhood, where Wall Park appears to be open even after dusk. (People were playing tennis in the lighted courts, so I suppose it's okay to find the geocache near the tennis courts too.)
Headed off to dinner pretty after that but stopped at Temple University along the way to try some geocaches since street parking was easy late at night. I was actually not sure about "Room with a view" since it is behind a one-way door that you have to prop open with something so it doesn't close and lock behind you. However, I was done with that cache quickly and parking garage security didn't come by. While I was in the Temple University area, I saw some horses tied outside a restaurant. I knew there were stables somewhere in the city but I thought horse-riding was done mostly in Fairmount Park, not on Broad Street in urban North Philadelphia?
And finally, dinner was at Banana Leaf in Philly Chinatown. I had the seafood scramble egg chow fun. This restaurant is open until 1am, which is handy for evenings when I can't stop geocaching. :)