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Rejected Development

Among the most persistent myths – in the sense of widely-held but erroneous beliefs – about Toronto’s planning history, perhaps even about planning history generally, is that the modernist planners of the postwar generation wanted to “bulldoze” anything old and replace it with some lifeless, modern, tower-in-the-park sort of structure. 1,586 more words

Los Angeles - Day 2 - February 2016

The jet lag of course meant for an early start, so at 5am I was up and ready to embark, it’s a shame there was a 4 hour wait until the group set off for the first destination: El Pueblo de Los Ángeles. 674 more words

February 2016

Almost no one goes to this awesome spot in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is one of the world’s biggest tourist towns, with millions of people flocking to the Hollywood sign, Disneyland, the beaches, the Walk of Fame, and countless other sites. 350 more words


Day Trip to "Mexico"

We both were off today for President Day and took a day trip to Downtown Los Angeles by Metro.

Culver City Station of Metro Expo Line… 167 more words

At Home

MN Roy: brief outline of life-events and thoughts- Part 05

MN Roy: brief outline of life-events and thoughts- Part 05

Continued from Part 04

 Mexico years – Part One

 After jumping bail and escaping from the American police, Roy along with Evelyn slipped into Mexico by crossing the border at Laredo (one of the oldest crossing points along the U.S.-Mexico border). 3,640 more words

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