I love walking down the streets of Chinatown. Streets are filled with unique shops and there is a feeling of a previous age living on here. So different than the mall by where I live where they ripped out the few trees and old buildings to create a colossal parking structure and gleaming new shops. […]
A few times per year we (Soo & me, Maggie) like to combine our posts and this is one of them! To figure out whom wrote what, we just insert ‘Above portion written by’ (then one of our names of course) at the end of each summary. Hope you enjoy our collaboration!
Just can’t help having this gem of a tune stuck in my head as I view all of these floats. Like somebody turned on Julie Andrews voice in my head. Now if only I could channel SiriusXM wherever I go.
I visited this building a few times a year whenever Hometown Buffet mailed me a good coupon. The lines were long when it first opened. I miss the fried chicken from Hometown Buffet. It’s alot fancier now they have transformed into Fung Fung Yuen. I came with the family and lots of dishes were ordered.
This is the end of our all day adventure to view Rose Parade floats. I wasn’t hungry after visiting Gus’s BBQ but I had to visit my fav ice cream shop in Los Angeles. Fosselman’s is usually busy but the friendly employees work quickly.