My only regret is that I didn't take more pictures. I have a fossil digital camera with a limited image card. I'd meant to buy a better one, but lack of time (and my tightwad ways) got the better of me.
We started at Union Station. Built in the 1930s, it's the size of a blimp hanger and covered with intricate tiles and panels. As I feared, light from the huge windows washed out most of my internal photos. The restaurant (now closed but well-maintained), turned out o.k.
As did this...
A cone of rocks rises incongruously from a tiled bench. Phoenix calls it "The Matterhorn". There is a resemblance. I like it best up close.
Note the cobalt blue bottle. Are any modern products sold in these? I've seen brown and green bottles on store shelves, but no blues. Where did the blues go?
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