Monday, March 26, 2012

Travelogue: Ahavah

Continuing north from South End, through the clock tower archway, one reaches Ahavah, home to Duke Walter Schnogginstein and Duchess Yenta Bernheim.

The shopping area has a small collection of shops from around the Steamlands, including an outpost of Miss Darlingmonster Ember's airship showroom.

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The synagogue, with its stained-glass windows, is particularly striking at night.

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The memorial sculpture provides a spot for contemplation.

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The center of activity is the ballroom (right) and museum (left).

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The area has lovely landscaped walkways that reflect a great deal of thought and care, so look around.


Miss D Ember said...

Glad to see you have your walking shoes on a bit again.

Caledon Ahavah is a joy for the walking citizen to explore. So many great builders have (and continue) to add pieces there, thanks to the Patronage of the Duchess.

Also there will be parties this season, I hear.

Rhianon Jameson said...

Thank you, Miss E. One day at a time, it seems.

It's certainly nice to know that what was once Caledon Downs is in good hands.

And parties you say? Hmm....