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Monday, June 8, 2009


Is this amazing.......It has such a European feel.....This is Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, MI.
This is where Paper Source is located in Kansas City.....I never knew this exsisted.  I had been to KC once before and wanted to come back, especially to see  the Nelson-Atkins musuem.  When I looked up where the store was I couldn't believe what I was reading about the store's location.  This is the oldest shopping center in the USA.  It was built in the twenties and Rome is only known to have more fountains.  Many of the work is based on renaissance architecture.  It is beautiful........I think this may be OZ.


Bee Serendipitous said...

too cool geralyn aka Ms. Lady Bug...thanks for sharing...Kansas City looks awesome...have fun...your job is awesome...have a honey of a night - sweet dreams! Marlene aka QBeeC

Alison Gibbs said...

Thanks for sharing such a beautiful spot with us

Linda said...

Kansas City, MO, looks great!! (MI is Michigan, lol) :-) I've never been there. Thanks for the gorgeous photos.

Jodie LeJeune said...

Wow! I didn't know that! That is so cool!!!
But there is really nothing in the world that compares to Rome's fountains and Italy's romance...oh to go back again!
Maybe I'll just have to settle going to Kansas City...thanks for the info!!!
everything vintage

Geralyn Gray said...

I noticed the MO thing when I was watching the news--I hope Michigan does not have a Kansas City or I am in trouble---thanks for reminding me of my boo is Kansas City MO---Missouri....I can't spell it that's why I tried the abbreviation to start with--oh well lol

zandra said...

If I click my heels three times, I can imagine I'm there! lol Thanks for sharing the pics. Hugz, Z

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Geralyn,

What a beautiful place Kanas City is and thanks for sharing. The water fountains look lovely.

Enjoy your weekend

Struggler said...

What a lovely place to do some shopping. The Romans certainly had the right idea with fountains.
A Paper Source just opened near me and I'm so excited! I need to limit my visits though, or it could get desperately expensive.

A Fanciful Life said...

Hi Geralyn,

What a wonderful town square - it does look like Europe! I've tagged you to play "6 uninterestig things that make me happy" - see my blog for more info.

Have a great day!