No don't have to be new... is that Samarkand?
the Eagle was ran by the famous '70s wrester, Honeyboy Zimba, who fought Big Daddy and the like
"The people in the pub were like inmates from an insane asylum. First of all, the mad Irish pool playing dwarf ex- boxer who kept coming up to me whilst I was trying to vanish into the wall. Smacking his fist into his palm and shouting "fair play, foul play" at me whilst staring at me with mad red chicken eyes. The unbelievable heavy metal Rasta guy tripping off his head, dancing in the middle of the pub to a tune in his own head with a chair and the arse completely ripped out of his jeans.
that's herat in afghanistan but it's the same style. presumably there's a historical reason why that specific part of the world all has the same style, it's definitely done differently by the time you get to pakistan to the east or jordan to the west, i don't know what that reason is thoughNo don't have to be new... is that Samarkand?
there's a load of them now, well several at least, the skyline has changed a lot over the last five years. the empire state still stands proud but the chrysler stands out a lot less. they've really let loose.There's that ridiculously tall building in NYC that apparently moves in the wind - 432 Park Avenue.
Billionaire skyscraper residents in New York sue for $125m, claiming they are trapped in a nightmareThe 85-floor building allegedly sways in wind and its residents have been trapped in lifts. Zoe Dare Hall uncovers a litany of similar caseswww.telegraph.co.uk
it's a shopping center that quite annoyingly hides a subway line i can never find when i need it. it's next to where the world trade center was, i guess they had to build something there out of the rubble
quite like the oculus i guess, brings something new to the table at least. aside from the very frustrating content of the museum, that whole new development is pretty good, the 9/11 memorial is such an incredible bit of art for something that you'd expect to be so much less tasteful and more jingoistic given the american mood at the time, kicks the arse out of all the stuff in the galleries