Bridgestreet - The Sterling
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... croation, slovenian, slavic
Religion(is) practiced (% practiced): 90% Christain, 10% other
Traditional Cuisine Descriptions: dairy products, wine, vegetarian stews, rice dishes.
Traditional Dress Descriptions: brightly colored, embroidered, folk motifs.
Famous sites of Country: Ria monestary, alexander nevsky catherdral, sunny beach,
Average Life Expectancy Males: 70.8
Average Life Expectancy Females: 77.8
National Unemployment Rate: ...
This was a fascinating experience, and probably the highlight for us, as we looked at buildings in so many different architectural styles, from European Renaissance, Historic Revival and Neo-Gothic to Art Deco and Art Nouveau, and at the opposite end, Mies Van Der Rohe's austere and very plain International Style.
Personally I lean to the frankly ornamental neo-Gothic and European Renaissance styles ...
... anchor is dedicated as a memorial to each ship named “Chicago” and to the men and women who served their nation in maritime service. Next to the anchor there was a sculpture of fictional psychologist Bob Hartley played by comedian Bob Newhart. The statue depicts Dr. Robert Hartley sitting in his chair in his office listening to the problems of his patients on the sofa to his right. There aren’t any patients in ...
... through the 4 hr flight he takes out a big print which thus attracts my eye and I am amazed to see it is a bible! Probably praying he wins, or survives the heat!
I am quite in love with the process of writing and must think how or in what form I might continue once home where nothing exciting happens but perhaps the beauty of nature, observation of people, the comedics of our dog might suffice. Perhaps writing might form part of my art-making, indeed this is a ...
Just a short entry to say that I had a blast in Chicago today. Visited the Skydeck at Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower). Took a bus tour around the downtown loop and walked a good few miles. Temperature today ranged from 57F to 65F. More photos and text will be posted tomorrow but for now it's late and I need sleep. UPDATE Drove the car to Rosemont park and ride and ...