When in Rome…we visited perhaps the most interesting monument to me, a scholar of ancient Judaism. The Arch of Titus was built in 82 CE by Domitian after the death of his older brother, Titus. It commemorates Titus’ victories, particularly the siege and conquest of Jerusalem in 70 CE, depicted by the 7-branched menorah.
The corner of Heister and College, the Schreyer Honors College, Penn State University.
We took a group of students from our Presidential Leadership Academy to Gettysburg. We had a great tour with two retired colonels […]
The Normandie Hotel was clearly a gorgeous hotel in its heyday. Built in 1945 it has been closed for years. The toothless-man […]
From my “Some of My Favorites” collection on flickr, this is the entrance to “The Press Club” wine bar in San Francisco.