The picture above is of a portion of the San Jacinto Mountains on the edge the of Palm Springs, California. There is beautiful golf course that that members and their guests can play on. Then with almost every course, comes a club house with amazing food and refreshments for after long day of golf. There are… Continue reading Palm Springs
The picture above is a view of New York City from the top of the Empire State Building. there are countless things to do in New York City. I remember going to a few musicals on broadway. Two of them were The Lion King and Wicked. They were truly two breath taking experiences. There is… Continue reading New York
The picture above is of my mother brother and I, when we visited the Universal Studios theme park in city of Los Angeles, California. The specific location is right outside of Harry Potter World. There are several attractions from the book. One of the most crowded attractions is the Ollivanders shop where people can buy… Continue reading Universal Studios
The Vatican ,or as others would called it Saint Peter’s Basilica, is an amazing Renaissance era Church. It is the center of the Roman Catholic religious tradition. The construction was originally started in 1506 and it took until 1626, 126 years, for it to be finished. There are tours of The Vatican Catacombs, that have… Continue reading THE VATICAN
The French buried about six million people’s remains underground because of disease. Port-Mahon Sculptures They were made from 1777 to 1782 in order to represent the Port-Mahon Palace in Minorca in the Balearic Islands. They were sculpted in memory of Decure, one of the first workers in the Quarry Inspections, who was killed from… Continue reading The Catacombs of Paris
The faith was unbelievable back then. It took 400-800 years to build. The people who were working on it knew they would never see the end of it. They had precision and workmanship. When they switched architects, he switched things around, and it started to collapse. The church was sought in Spain by Gaudi. The… Continue reading Notre Dame
The Palace of Versailles started as Louis XIII’s hunting lounge. His son Louis XIV then started adding on to it. In 1682, he moved the court and government to Versailles. The Grand Apartments of the King and Queen were built in the 1670s. The Hall of Mirrors is designed by Mansart.