Recently, I returned for a visit to Riverside a planned community and a historic national landmark–the entire town. If I want to visit Switzerland and cannot afford a plan ticket, I travel to Riverside. It’s one of the Midwestern towns where the European-influenced architecture has been preserved.
Once I enter the town, it looks as if I left the Midwest and am transported to charming European town or Swiss village complete with a winding river running through a city park. There are buildings with colorful arches in Swiss Gothic style and cross-shaped spires in Chateau style, winding streets, cafe and a central park that invite me to wander at will stopping occasionally to snap a picture.
I’m combining two travel photo blog challenges of Where’s My Backpack Travel theme: Multiples and East of Malaga’s CBBH Photo Challenge: Reflections in this post with new photos I snapped on my return to Riverside. The images of town, its architecture and street scenes and nature in the park and river include multiples and reflections.
Additional information and a map of Riverside in: Images of Riverside Tour