Oh Patsy could tell Anna was hiding things, lying about certain little details, because of the way her aura was shifting. The colors around the girl were shifting, giving away how secretive she was being and how nervous she was. Patsy wasn't going to press though, wasn't going to try and get all of the answers from the other because, like Anna, Patsy had secrets of her own that she wasn't going to share with just anyone.
"There is nothing wrong with a little bit of culture, darling," she mused, grinning lightly. "I think everyone needs to travel at least once in their life and experience something different. If not, life is far too boring."
A thoughtful noise escaped her at the museum and food comment, the young woman chuckling almost sheepishly.
"I have to admit, I was quite fond of the food myself, though I had to refrain from eating everything or else it would just ruin my figure," she said wistfully, looking down at herself a bit before Anna had her attention again, a brilliant smile appearing on Patsy's lips. "Yes just like that. She's in charge of a lot of the comic books centered around the new heroes popping up~" she said proudly. "Mother also did quite a few older comics, just your generic gag strip type of comics. She prefers what she's doing now though."