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Buy discounted tickets at: https://manhattan-beach-tour-4.eventbrite.com Tour preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0DwGj4F0QE Looking to learn about South Bay’s ever so popular Manhattan Beach. It’s a name we all hear yet don’t often come around to go visiting. Join us on an afternoon as we indulge in local cuisine there, learn its history and enjoy some specialty gelato. Manhattan Beach is popular for its clean and sandy beaches. It annually attracts over 3.8 million tourists. The bikeway of Manhattan Beach extends to Santa Monica and south to Palos Verdes (CNNMoney named Manhattan Beach #1 as the "2011 Best Places For the Rich and Single) The sandy coastal landscape at the time was inhabited by the Tongva tribe of Native Americans, which is now Manhattan Beach. It is said that a portion of current day Manhattan Beach possibly may have been used as Native American burial grounds. George H. Peck owned a lot of the land that became part of the north section of Manhattan Beach. A coin flip decided the town's name. Around 1902, the beach suburb was named. We will begin our afternoon meeting outside The Rock N’ Fish Restaurant, which has several eateries around it. We will quickly go over all the eateries in close vicinity. We will all take our food picks, then gather back together, eat at the beach, walk through the beach and pier, exploring its history and then conclude our tour at Gelato & Angels. **** Tour hosted by culture connoisseur Mo
Join me for a Socially Distanced trip exploring the beauty of MICHIGAN Outdoors- Waterfalls and more! Airfare, Transportation separate. Contact me for details = exact dates and how to pay for Rooms and my Itinerary
Have coffee with us! Grab a cup of coffee and join us for a chat on Saturday morning! Join us on Saturday to share your favorite travel gadget. What item do you always take with you? Do have a unique gadget or item that helps you pack or on the journey? Packing cubes, portable “anything”, toiletry item, specialize travel clothes or gear, a technology gadget, or even your favorite travel app. Join us even if you don’t have anything to share, this will be a wonderful learning opportunity. We are excited to hear about the items that make your trip successful! GRAB A CUP OF COFFEE AND LET'S DISCOVER some Travel Gadgets or Apps! This is a Zoom meeting - so please plan to join with video! We really want to see you face! See you Saturday!
Buy discounted tickets at: https://a-taste-of-mexico-foodie-tour-4.eventbrite.com View a tour preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vz5Nd8Ad98 "Calle Olvera" better known as , Olvera Street is the oldest part of los angeles known to Southern California. This popular tourist attraction was originally established in the early 1800's, and has since evolved into a marketplace where one can purchase and enjoy quaint nicknacks, eateries of genuine mexican cuisine and walking tours that showcase and elaborate the origin of the area throughout its evolution. We will begin our journey on a 45-50 min walking tour , hosted by a local descent who will elaborate historic buildings and platforms built in the early 1800s and the changes that have occurred in the area throughout the years... Second, we will visit "the adobe house", the oldest house built in los angeles, in 1818. This home exhibition takes about 20 min to see. It showcases three large rooms that you can walk through and that are set up to look like what the area would have looked like in the 1840’s. We will end our tour to enjoy delicious, authentic Mexican cuisine at "La Glondrina Cafe" . Best known as "Casa La Golondrina Cafe", which was the first Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles, originally La Mission, opening in the current site of LA’s City Hall in 1922. Consuelo Castillo de Bonzo, an immigrant from Aguas Calientes, Mexico, was invited to relocate to Olvera Street in the Pelaconi House, built circa[masked]. The food is delicious and authentic, especially the enchiladas , salsa and margaritas !