1st of September 2015
© Jessica Hentoff
Next morning, we went to the City Museum, where Circus Harmony is training and performing.
There are no words to describe this inspiring museum. It looks like if someone collected everything what he could get to create the best thing what might had been possible.
From door knobs, to facades of old buildings, everything is present. As this might not be crazy enough, there is a ferris wheel and the school bus on the top of the roof.
There are not only slides for children, there is also an aquarium inside and not to forget the Circus Harmony.
After the impressive show of Jessica’s daughter (all her three kids are involved in Circus Harmony and have abilities on a very high level) we went with her and Claire, a trainer of the circus, for lunch to a Pakistani restaurant.
Not to forget the wonderful welcome cake. Thank you Circus Harmony!
After watching some rehearsals we arrived late, but with full stomaches at home.
Taking the public transport takes a lot of time in St. Louis. One funny thing is, that the trains in this young country hunk like an old steam locomotive.