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... Marcel (reminds me a bit of a grander scale of Meinhart's), I fire off quite a few shots of products and merchandise I find amusing. I see one more item at the cash register as we are paying for our purchases. As I take the photo, the young woman says "sorry, you can't take pictures in here." (A little late.) I think she is joking and laugh as I say "seriously?" Yep, she's serious. I say, so as a tourist blogging about my travels you don't want me to share about ...
... taquitos, 3 for $.75. Well, we found them, 2 for $2.55, not bad for 15-20 years later!
We saw many older buildings in and around Olvera Street including the Avila Adobe, the oldest standing house in California, the Sepulveda Block Museum, churches, and the América Tropical Interpretive Center which is dedicated to the life and work of David Alfaro Siqueiros, a Mexican artist.
Dropped by Marty's house and then, Dick and I took off for The ...
... saving the planet, right?) So, after a bit of a teary goodbye to the parents at Gatwick airport I got myself thorough to the departures lounge with no drama and made a bee line for a g&t (would have been rude not to). When we boarded the plane I was sat next to a really lovely family who kept me entertained throughout the flight which made things a lot easier.
Then it was time for the bit I was dreading… customs and ...
Hey Guys, We have now been in the USA for a week and it has been pretty hectic and incredible already. Once we arrived in LA last Tuesday (the 17th) we had the rest of the day there, so we dumped our bags in the hostel and headed out. We were staying on the Hollywood BLVD which was cool. We were typical tourist excited by our first glimpse of the Hollywood sign and over whelmed by excitement of being in LA. The following day we were heading to ...
In a few hours we'll be taking a long flight of thirteen hours first direct to Istanbul then to Rome with a five hours lay over in Istanbul, we'll get to Rome tomorrow at about midnight; hopefully there will be a taxi waiting for us to take to the apartment we have rented.
I had planned to sleep in, in preparation for the very long day ahead of us, hoped to get up at about nine, but no way I was awake at six and couldn't go back to sleep. At seven VM ...