Scenes From Old Town, Part II

More colors of Mexico in Old Town San Diego:





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


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


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


You almost need sunglasses for this place.


Wish I had a place for this planter.


An oasis on hot days.


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


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


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

Great weekend, everyone!


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10 Responses to Scenes From Old Town, Part II

  1. redstuffdan says:


    Beautiful composition, stunning colours = Great Photo



  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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