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... closed at night and the interior would be lit by floor lamps.
Mies is also associated with the phrase "God is in the Details" and it was seen at this house, with the joinery of the structures so well detailed the attachments were never visible in order to keep crisp, clean lines.
Again this was another building I've seen and read about throughout school, so it was awesome to see it and experience it in ...
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... lovely Yankee candles too in another shop. As we wandered I found a Sephora and got some dark nail varnish I wanted. Then we had a quick sandwich and drink in a diner style cafe on the top floor before driving back to the airport.
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A succession of Native American cultures lived along the fertile lakes for thousands of years. The first "culture" is called The Old Copper Complex, with ...
... but unnamed red brick building.
To the left were the Episcopal church (middle) and St. Columba just on (right). Just a short way past we entered Washington Square where we were able to find a parking space. We went to have a picnic lunch in the pleasant square by the central statue and fountain. It was cool under the trees. After our buns we walked across to the other side of the park (LaSalle St) to look at all the wonderful murals ...
... offered to release them from any claims if we could at least trot- still no deal). The young guide was lovely and quite informative on the local area. We had already seen some large floating balls in the river and saw them again in the creeks as we walked around so we asked about them. Surprisingly they turned out to be from the Osage orange (not related to citrus family) aka Hedge-apple or Horse-apple, which was a really successful ...