Tagged: cities

Disney World in a Currier & Ives Print 1

A Charming Little Shithole

It was a charming little shithole: a small town whose rustic beauty belied its backwardness. Anywhere else in the country, it would be full of mobile homes and mini malls. But in the verdant...

Cool old stone house 1

Fredericksburg, Texas: Oktober 2009

In the mid-1800s, a large number of Germans settled the Hill Country around Austin and San Antonio. Since then, they’ve assimilated with Texan/American culture, but they still celebrate their German heritage. No where is...

Vermont State House 6

Winter in Montpelier, Vermont

I went to visit my parents for Christmas back in December 2009, After several years of living in Texas, Vermont was quite a shock to my system. Still, it was a beautiful place, on...

Dallas buildings old and new 9

Downtown Dallas: Main Street

I’ve lived near Downtown Dallas for a number of years now, and I never seem to tire of the Dallas skyline. There’s just something magical about the way that the glass towers jut out...

Indian Sign 2

Manitou Springs, Colorado 2010

Back in the summer of 2010, my friends and I rented a car and drove from Dallas to Colorado Springs. It was a long drive, (especially between Fort Worth and Amarillo), but it was...

Boston Castle 5

Boston: More Photos from Beantown

As one of the oldest cities in America, Boston, Massachusetts has a lot to see and do for history buffs like me. You can see the square where the Boston Massacre occurred, or the...

Newbury Street 8

Photo Preview: Boston & Cambridge

Last month, I went to Boston, Massachusetts. It was my first time there, and for the most part, I had a blast. Because of car problems, I didn’t get to see as much as...