Back in 1947, Frank Lloyd Wright proposed this mushroom-like structure to be built high in the Hollywood Hills, as a home for the Huntington Hartford Sports Club. This was among his more fanciful drawings, intriguing if not structurally practical.
Photo By: A+D Museum
As seen on GAC's Junk Gypsies, lots of unusual items can be found for sale at the Junk Gypsy Store.
Photo By: Matt Blair
Denver's Union Station, Kissing Platform
Throughout the years, many soldiers and other travelers said good-bye to loved ones on the station's platforms. The historic station is once again providing bus and rail service and in 2016 will be accessible via the Denver International Airport.
Photo By: Denver Public Library
Temple Square Assembly Hall
The Assembly Hall of the 10-acre Temple Square was built in 1879, in the Gothic Victorian style. It was the second permanent structure built on Temple Square, and is home to the famous Seagull Monument directly in front of the hall. Presently, the hall is home to free concerts and works as overflow seating for LDS conferences.
As seen on GAC's Junk Gypsies, the feather lamp that Jolie Sikes Smith designed for the Gypsyville store. (display)
In the heart of the village, The Narrows Tavern showcases local musicians three days a week in a lively atmosphere best described by its motto: "By Canadians, for Everyone." Traditional tasty pub fare served until last call includes hearty burgers and hand-cut fries, an artful haddock sandwich and a beer-braised bratwurst plate.
Sailing on Lake Tahoe
Sail around the lake on a chartered boat out of Tahoe City. The sunset cruise is breathtaking with snacks and alcoholic beverages provided. Book in advance for best availability and enjoy some time on the water.
Photo By: ARAMARK Parks & Destinations
Southern Meal at The Olde Pink House, Savannah, GA