Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
Tag Archives: museums
Long Live the Titanic! w/video “God Himself could not sink this ship,” a crewman of the Titanic said to one Mrs. Albert Campbell, as she boarded the ship in Southampton, England In May 1911, the RMS Titanic gracefully slid into … Continue reading
The Mexican Cultural Institute in an Antonio, Texas, or Instituto Cultural de Mexico has one of the worst web sites I’ve see, yet one of the most stunning collection of art I have ever seen. Hidden even from those who … Continue reading
From From Kaleel A weak economy drives families (and all travelers) to seek value-driven vacations, which now often means travel in one’s own back yard, a “Staycation,” a kind of travel that fosters a sense of community, gets them to … Continue reading
A gem of a museum in a very vibrant city, the Instituto Cultural de Mexico en San Antonio is unknown by many of the city’s own residents. Too bad. The art is magnificent. The building itself is elegant and intimate. … Continue reading