I've been in the pretty incredible and very old city of Prague for the past few days. It's been a great holiday so far with lots of walking, site-seeing, and enjoying wonderful food and drink.
A lot of the buildings here date back at least seven hundred years. One witnesses amazing architecture on virtually every street. What my mind started to think about was why we don't build buildings with that kind of beauty and staying power anymore.
When the old Toyota Pagoda was torn down to make way for a Wendy's, how did that enrich our city?
I know we live an a very different world today and North America is not Europe, but this is very much on my mind today.