Answers to Ginnys comment on yesterdays House of John
Did you go up in the tower and walk around the walkway? (NO, see below)
What's up there, anyway, Rapunzel? I saw yellow hair hanging down but was afraid to pull on it)
Do I get a cheaper ticket because I'm a senior? (yes, Ginny, over 65 is 20, younger is 25) it does pay to be old sometimes
The pinnacle of the structure is the 81-foot Belvedere tower with an open-air overlook and a high domed ceiling.
This tower walk is open to the public, but for a Steep Price! get it? ha ha ho ho
Venetian Gothic architect Dwight James Baum worked from photos and postcards Mable Ringling had collected.
Windows and doors are imported glazed glass and inside are glazed tiles, the roof is 16th century Spanish tiles
In April 2002, Cà d'Zan was restored at a cost of 15 million to the era of 1925 (15 times what it cost then)Ca d' Zan is Italian for House of John
Cà d’Zan is constructed from Terra cotta “T” blocks, concrete, and brick, covered with stucco and Terra cotta, and embellished with glazed tile. The bay front terrace is made of domestic and imported marble.
Sandra's Corn for the day.
I was born to be a pessimist. My blood type is B Negative. (thanks to Jeff Dudley)