Friday, March 16, 2012

Travelogue: SouthEnd

I made it back in-world for about a half hour the other day (yay me!) and continued my journey around Caledon. Next stop: SouthEnd.

The area is a mix of shops and residences, but is anchored by the seaside amusements, most notably the Ferris wheel. (Mr. Roy Smashcan's Tudor-style abode can be seen in the background, at right.)

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To accompany the Ferris wheel there is, naturally, a carousel. In the background is Mr. Alastair Whybrow's ever-expanding Sparkle of Sound jewelry emporium and, at right, his sailing ship.

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At the very north end of SouthEnd is this magnificent clock tower, with its arch that permits the Caledon rail line to pass through. The tower is the entrance to Ahavah.

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