Scenes From Old Town, Part II

More colors of Mexico in Old Town San Diego:

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old_town_madonna

old_town_mosaic_web

old_town_freds_web

It’s been a long time since I’ve eaten here, but they used to have great chicken quesadillas.

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The landscaping around the shops and restaurants provides a nice counterpoint to all the vivid colors.

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I thought this little table under the palms looked especially inviting.

old_town_bags_web

You almost need sunglasses for this place.

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Wish I had a place for this planter.

old_town_umbrella_web

An oasis on hot days.

old_town_carriage_web

How cool is this vintage carriage? I love how it blends with the landscaping.

old_town_dancers

The day we were there, some adorable kids were onstage dancing.

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This place is really making the most of its space, hmmm?

Great weekend, everyone!

{carole}

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10 Responses to Scenes From Old Town, Part II

  1. redstuffdan says:

    Bonjour

    Beautiful composition, stunning colours = Great Photo

    Bravo

    Dan

  2. Caroline says:

    I’d love to stroll around there. That plant pot is so great. I’d take that too. Looks a bit like a gargoyle. All those many colorful deatails. Like that painting of Maria.

  3. Lady Jennie says:

    I would love to have coffee (and flan) under that green palm canopy!

  4. Looks like the statue of Fred’s has a secret. What’s in that jug, Fred?
    🙂

  5. TBM says:

    Love, love, love the colors. And man do I miss a good quesadilla.

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