A Tribute to Doors Gone By – #ThursdayDoors

When Connecticut joined New York and Massachusetts on Sunday in closing bars and restaurants, I thought about the bars I’ve been to, and the bartenders whose company I’ve enjoyed. I’ve always been one to sit at the bar and dine at the bar when traveling. Most of my encounters with bartenders have been positive. That’s... Continue Reading →

The Cloisters – #ThursdayDoors

This Thursday Doors post is challenging, for two reasons. First. The Cloisters, a recreation of a 13th, 14th and 15th century monastery, is full of wonderful doors. If you find that sentence curious, it’s because The Cloisters was built by John D. Rockefeller from the remnants of at least five European monasteries and stones quarried... Continue Reading →

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