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... Amo Station was on LA's blue line, void of any rail staff and peppered with fidgety loiterers. There was enough information on the display boards to figure out a route back to Inglewood. A young, well-spoken girl politely bit me for a quarter. The train was a fast, single-decked electric like the BART trains in San Francisco, worn, mostly clean and surprisingly devoid of any vandalism. Regular people, workers, school kids, old ladies and a few creepy specimens boarded ...
... that it’s 20’ below the street level with lots of shade and may be cooled a bit from the river water running through also. It’s a cheery, artsy walk with café’s and boutiques lining the way. It’s a bit cramped and crowded so we didn’t venture very far and found an elevator up and out, back to the minivan.
Now back to how the earth-moving, Texas dry-ground conversation started above. It was one of the many interesting ...
... Actually, I can't blame them since it's basically ratchet strapped together. We also noticed that after leaving Las Vegas we have seen NO tow rigs older than about 10 years. Most are damn near new. We finally saw one about the same age as ours, and surprise surprise, it was an old first gen too. We did see several dead trucks along the highway though. Must suck it have somebody in a truck averaging the age of 30 years (rough ...
Upon waking up this morning I found out that quite a lot of problems had occurred throughout the night, everyone was quite loud so many people didn't sleep much, lucky for me I was out like a light. We were headed in for a free day in San Antonio today. Unfortunately for us the weather wasn't looking very welcoming and it was raining and freezing. The first place we arrived was the Alamo, we learnt a bit of history about it. ...
... is, originally I thought it had to do with the Civil war, but I now have a suspicion it is from the Mexican and Spanish settlement prior. Perhaps when Texas, Mexico, and France were a republic. (Something along those lines, I must admit I had moments of zoning out with a lot of the history etc).
After the ALAMO, we ventured back through to the River Walk below, it was a brilliant escape from roads, traffic and general city habitants. It was also a lot ...
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