The Music of Yesterday: entrance to the music machines. I just returned from my first visit and can only say wow! An interior shot of one of the rooms in the house A room the height of several floors, the walls covered in glass cases and a narrow walkway going up and around it all. One of the toys in the massive retro collection.
The famous infinity room at the House on the Rock. Blue Danube Gold Figureheads. At this point they have a window that you can look through down to the forest and rock below. That all the artificial instruments were ever so slightly out of tune added to the otherworldliness of the place. Trying to see which is nicer, better rooms, restaurants, etc. The covered walkway leading up to the house
Intricate carvings on ivory. All links and thumbnails displayed on this site are automatically added by our crawlers. We even tried some of the slides, but soon realized we were possibly a little too old for them and spent the rest of the night just floating in the outside pool looking at the stars and enjoying the quiet. My totally brillant life partner said it reminded her of Dennis Severs House in London. What matters is the sheer quantity of artifacts and the uniqueness of the collection.
They had walked for what felt like several miles when they came to a room called the Mikado, one wall of which was a nineteenth-century pseudo-Oriental nightmare, in which beetle-browed mechanical drummers banged cymbals and drums while staring out from their dragon-encrusted lair. Reason: Dead links removed. Need to get your eyes checked? Jhugart , 17 July UTC. Alex Jordan Throw Pillows.