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Old 07-21-2003, 11:53 AM
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HouZes of the Holy Drive pages are up

Not your typical Z3 drive!!!

From the organizer, Rachel:

I am trying to catch up after a difficult couple months. Z3ers.com is about to reach 50K hits, I wanted to do something special, especially as these pages took me since October to post. I made a ore convenient navigation system, I hope that helps especially for the dial-up folks, 'cause the 22 pages are full of photos. You can read just what you like and skip the rest.

This is one of the finest days I have ever spent, a ream come true. Stained Glass, Sculpture, Gardens, Twisties, History, Exotic Food, Paintings, Furniture, Architecture - the cars even go swimming.

We hit 2 unique restaurants, and 3 of the great houses of the world, finding company from Henri Matisse, Ernest Hemingway and Amelia Earhart along the way as we traveled down the roads I found when I was 16.

MAPS of the route are linked as well as all the location home pages so you can do this yourself if you like.

Come and see some of the world's finest places- all located within 20 miles of each other in Philadelphia. You are invited to join us as we take advantage of special access to these extraordinary homes and houses of God.

The Barnes Foundation - $28 Billion in Art Beth Sholom - the only Frank Lloyd Wright Synagogue Bryn Athyn Glencairn - a 14 century Gothic Castle

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Morimoto Iron Chef Restaurant
Valley Green Inn
Suntop Houses

There's too much more to tell ya, but I will stop here to give you a link and hope you enjoy.

With much thanks to the Holy RollerZ (a ombination of Z3s, BMWs, a Saab convertible and a Ford Minivan) especially Jon Trudel, Dave Todd and Tom Byrom for their photos, my cousins Lisa and Bill, my best friends Len, Edie, Lolly and Mack.

For the love of art and people, and in memory of the top of the World Trade Center I never visited:

HouZes of the Holy
Philadelphia's Castles
Riding with Matisse and Hemingway

http://www.waycoolinc.com/z3/02/101302/hohtoc.html

I hope it blows your mind!

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