Offbeat New Mexico: Places of Unexpected History, Art, and Culture
I was in Sarajevo to find the place the First World War started. It was not
easy to find, but evidence of more recent atrocities were. Memories are long
in The Balkans, contrasts and contradictions are all around. History is always
in your face, reminding you nothing stays the same for long in this most
fascinating corner of Europe with Sarajevo
at its centre.
Cowboys in Paradise? Absolutely. The Aloha Islands have a thriving cowboy culture and that means rodeos
, but be prepared for a unique experience.
As with everything else here the local rodeo offers both a traditional rodeo and a switch up of events with ingenuous twists.
Chattanooga, or Chatt as the residents fondly call their city, is young, filled with restaurants, pubs and bars. One of the pleasures of a visit is to
eat and drink your way through the city
St. Paul's still retains some secrets.
For fourteen centuries a cathedral dedicated to Saint Paul has stood on the summit of Ludgate Hill. Despite being a well-known building,
This Just In...
The The Museum of Monterey is about to go Surreal -- transmogrified into Dali17
The collection features hundreds of works by Spanish surrealist Dali including 230 original pieces.
More than 570 works including original etchings, mixed media, lithographs, and rare sculptures from the private collection of entrepreneur and art collector Dmitry Piterman will be showcased.
Dali17 is the second largest collection of Dali's work in the United States.
Twelve Iconic Salvador Dali Sculptures to Be on Display at Two Rodeo Drive. This is the first and largest outdoor showcase of Dali's sculptures
this kind in the United States.
The new 9-story high outdoor roofed 3-acre Aviation Pavilion
one of the world's grand displays of historic aircraft. The Pavilion exhibit focuses on the dramatic development of large aircraft and commercial airliners from the 1930s to the present, and includes planes that
cannot be seen anywhere else.
From nearly 1,000 feet above the city in the iconic U.S. Bank Tower,in addition to panoramic views of Southern California,
the observation deck will boast a breathtaking thrill factor: the Skyslide, a 45-foot, outdoor, glass slide.
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