Welcome to Versailles! No wait—It’s the Cleveland Clinic.

The Cleveland Clinic has recently opened its Miller Family Pavilion (aka the Cleveland Clinic heart center) at a reported cost of over a half billion $$$.  It is an impressive facility, with the patient’s comfort (and health care dollars) first at everyone’s attention.  The magnificent complex includes a new block-long formal entrance (formerly E. 93rd Street southbound from Chester Ave. to Euclid Ave.) with reflecting pools (with rocks carefully arranged to emerge from the surface of the pools) and a circular fountain that doesn’t spurt water, but it carefully flows over the surface to create a shimmering effect.  All we need is Louis XIV in his carriage.

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