(tt) After a couple of subway rides we are back in Flushing Park (home to the 2 Worlds Fairs.. 1939 and 1964) The last time we were here, over a year ago, apart form the cleared pathways it was knee high in snow. So no wonder we didn't see these plaques leading the way to various attractions
The 1939 time capsule. Blow it up and see that they buried!
Here is the auditorium, pool and stage
Dali created a surreal "house" which was a three dimensional dream experience. Rooms featured swimming models and labrynths of bizarre imagery. I imagine it was an adults only place.
And here is the Venus chamber
The maestro and his wife, Gala.
Warhol's mosaic of the city palnner who carved New York up into pieces which were totally slaves to the automobile.
We would end up this afternoon in the yellowish building on the left, a pavilion which is now the Queens Theatre.
An avenue on the way to the Fountain of Nations. This would have been lined with pavilions and packed with visitors.
Shrouded in its own mist..the globe