at MoMA PS1
at MoMA PS1
At the World Financial Center
Experience Music Project in Seattle is an interactive museum where the visitors not only can see various music related exhibitions, but they can interact with them. They have sound-proof rooms where people can try playing various instruments. For example there is a studio with a drum set and two guitars for people to jam in. Here I am in one of those rooms just playing the drums:
There is also this drum circle which consists of a touch sensitive surface with a projection of percussion musical instruments. When you tap on the virtual drum, you can hear its sound. There is a background rhythm being played for the visitors to play along with.
And then there is this massive upside down cone of guitars:
A 20-minute unedited video of hopping from place to place at Bourbon Street, New Orleans.
The Stratosphere Hotel in Las Vegas is famous for its tower on top of which there are… thrill rides suspended from it!
Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas is the place to be at night to witness amazing shows on the canopy that covers the street for several blocks.
George Thorogood & The Destroyers
Although it is off the strip, Rio Hotel has some great free shows and an amazing rooftop club with a splendid view!
Let’s go to Rio!
Show In The Sky
Barton Springs Pool is natural spring pool in Austin, TX.
What I did not like about Portland OR is the abundance of white trash everywhere:
Portland does have a great public transportation system consisting mostly of electric vehicles like street cars.
I found a place to dance salsa – Mambo Lounge at Imago Theatre – Buckman – Portland, OR
At Stanley Park in Vancouver, there were a bunch of these raccoons that were not afraid of people at all! And they kept digging and digging…