It's time for another trip to the Fair!
We're still at the Eastman Kodak pavilion; here's an unusual fountain that rained water down into the pool below. Those sculptures resemble giant dandelion puffs.
Here's the huge Belgian Village (with a sign that says "Now Open"). Considering the short life of the fair, the builders of this area did a remarkable job. The theme was supposed to be a Flemish village circa 1700; there were cobblestone streets and even faux dirt and soot on the buildings to make the place feel authentically ancient.
From the top of one of the New York pavilion towers, we're looking down on the "Bourbon Street" area. The industrial steel sheds that made up this area were barely disguised. Still, there were restaurants, Mardi Gras parades, street artists, and plenty of live jazz music. In the lower right, the Westinghouse time capsule was displayed. If you're around in about 5000 years, you can go watch our alien overlords open it.