|The facade - every ticket here $1.99|
Cary Street is the street. Richmond is the City, Virginia is the state. Cary Street is the kind of place you want to spend a week's holiday/vacation on. So many restaurants, cafes, bars. Shops of the kind that you don't find in a mall. The Byrd. Ah, the Byrd! That's an old theatre and cinema, still original, the box office faces the street. Every Saturday night a Wurlitzer rises from the floor and gets played. It is so big that several rooms in the basement house the working parts that give you the instruments you will hear (although of course it's all controlled and played via the keyboard). And no, it isn't like an electric organ! We are travelling home, so we are leaving in the morning, and the organ gets played at 5.30pm. But if we ever get back, boy are we going to be there! Find out more, here
|The Box Office... if I lived near I'd hire a body to polish those lovely brass doors!|
Just one more episode to go. And by the way, if your name is Tammy Shmitt who commented on Google + - it cut your message off at "This is Tammy from ......" so I never did get the name of our your town- comment again!
Oh yes, Tide! My Mum used this throughout her life. Once found, she never used another washing powder, and I have to say, it did clean the laundry well. But I should have been out selling the remainder of the bottle on the street, because.... look at this!