And now a post of random photos from beautiful Budapest… Click on any image to enlarge This fountain was on a street between Buda Castle and the Fisherman’s Bastion.  It reminds me of my favorite fountain in Kansas City, Pomona. Even the manhole covers are elegant! This statue was near Sándor Palace, the residence of […]

Alamo Square is one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in San Francisco.  A row of Victorian houses on Steiner Street known as the “Painted Ladies” are often featured in photos of the city’s downtown area. On This Date in the Past: Trail Ride One Thing, Three Ways:  In ‘n Out Burger

Despite spending nearly seven years living in Europe as a child and multiple trips since then for both business and pleasure, Portugal is one of the only Western European countries I hadn’t visited until this trip.  And it was as beautiful as I’d been promised by those who had gone before… We stayed in a […]

After visiting the Milan Cathedral, we wandered through the busy, graffitied streets of Milan, Italy and stumbled upon the remains of a Romanesque church built in the 5th Century.  All but this partial portion of a wall was demolished in 1949 in order to accommodate a growing city and additional roads. On Today’s Date in […]

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The four concrete columns that sit atop the Bartle Hall Convention Center are a distinct part of the Kansas City skyline.  The sculptures that crown the columns are called “Sky Stations” and were placed on top of the pillars via helicopter. Bartle Hall Pylon Photo #1. Bartle Hall Pylon Photo #2. You Might Also Enjoy: Sculptures […]

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