Monday, October 17, 2011
Kalona, Iowa, is buried in the hills southwest of Iowa City, and is famous for its Amish and Mennonite communities. The downtown is small, not terribly ornate, but it is 100% occupied with good stores, including a great bakery. It seems the town might be becoming a tourist destination, as a "Tuscan" Italian restaurant has opened, surely a sign of higher rollers coming to buy quilts and other goods.
A Blog detailing the beauty of St. Louis architecture and the buildup of residue-or character-that accumulates over the course of time.