February 23, 2008

Bloggers Week Off.

Posted in Announcement. at 9:21 pm by Kendal

Oh, This is my bloggers week away.  (I have some exciting places next week..hhehehe)

So I leave you with the little post below and see you the first week of March! 


February 22, 2008

Monticello in Paris

Posted in USA History Abroad at 3:49 pm by Kendal


Paris, France   (America’s History Abroad)

In front of the Musée de la Légion d’honneur in Paris stands a statue of Thomas Jefferson. It has been erected in July 2006 with the American ambassador attending the unveiling.

In Jefferson ‘s left hand you can see the lay-out of the Monticello house which was built along the design of the hôtel de Salm (now the Museum of the Legion of honour) that Jefferson is facing.

(This very short post is for Kendalnite’s blog which is dedicated to American castles.)


(Hôtel de Salm)

(The unveiling ceremony)

Thank you Flocon for writing this post.

To visit the Monticello click link below.


February 21, 2008

San Franciso, California

Posted in Historical City at 11:32 pm by Kendal


San Francisco, Ca

The first Occupants of San Francisco was 3,000 B.C. and from there it is has changed in Architecture, Cuisine, and entertainment many times until it was able to become one of the most unique cities in America. From the Castro District, trolley cars, Musems, Golden Gate Bridge, Public Gardens, Parks, Alcatraz, and many other sites, there is always something to do.


Read more about San Francisco here.


February 18, 2008


Posted in Historical Sites at 10:47 pm by Kendal


Charlottesville, VA

Monticello is one of the most unique homes in America and is open for public display. It was also home to Thomas Jefferson and attached to a unique past.


Circa 1700s


February 15, 2008

Gillette Castle, America’s Castles 27

Posted in America's Castles at 7:26 pm by Kendal

gillette-castle.jpg  East Haddam, CT

Constructed in the 1800s by a famous actor the castle in now open today as a unique state park and worth a visit. The castle is open for tours.


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