Last weekend, I had the awesome opportunity to explore another one of St. Louis’s neighborhoods, Cherokee Street. It’s mostly known for its superb Mexican food (which was true – Taquiera El Bronco‘s tacos were just as good as the ones back home in Texas), but the street also had a ton of neat boutiques and antique stores.
I took the following photos after watching the LNYF fireworks show on campus about a week ago. As I was heading back home, I realized: when else am I going to tote around a tripod at night on campus? Definitely not in the near future… So I seized the opportune moment and captured a few nighttime beauties to remember my school by:
My home away from home, also known as the library.
The chapel where I saw John Legend, Joseph Gordon Levitt, “Tiger Mom” Amy Chua, and Mary Lambert.
I had a lot of fun posting about my Texas road trip from December! I still can’t believe that I went to all these places only a month ago:
Afterwards, took a short breather at home (Dallas):
Then finally went back to school in St. Louis…
On the other hand, I caught up on a lot of TV shows and read books during my winter break. Here’s the new media that I’ve been enjoying:
- “The Art of Celebration” – Rend Collective
Thanks for reading!
Exams aside, December was a pretty relaxing month. I finally got to catch up on books, TV, movies, and music that I wasn’t able to enjoy during the school year!