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Octagon House Museum: Five-story home features spiral staircase, and museum grounds include pioneer-era barn, noon-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, (through Oct.).
The facility includes a full court and an additional half court at one end of the facility, with a training room and direct corridors to the team's offices and a staircase to the Heat locker room.
The old city is a whitewashed warren of passageways and staircases opening onto cafes and shops, decked in flowers, with a beach-view piazza at the very top where people promenade from sundown until the late hours.
The evening began with celebrities walking the red carpet and going up Disney Hall’s grand staircase to a reception in BP Hall.
Custom steel staircases lead to the second floor, where there are two bedrooms with custom closets and access to a sizable terrace with a Wolf natural-gas grill, made private by the Japanese paper glass wall surrounding it.
The staircase leads to three bedrooms on the first floor.
Its specialty is Tungi (TOON-jee), a white spirit made from prickly pear and bottled in a beveled glass flask shaped to evoke the island’s famous (-ish) staircase.
Visitors at the Panthéon in Paris have recently been mesmerized by a new performance art installation that showcases dancers jumping from a trampoline onto a seemingly never-ending staircase.
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