When in LA, go have a look at those beaches and you'll find lots of Californian hunks...hehehe...it is a nice view! Some of them spend the whole day at the beach just exercising and working out to develop their muscles
L.A.'s Chinese community celebrates the Lunar New Year with firecrackers and a big parade in Chinatown. This fairly long parade has the usual marching bands, floats, and local celebrities sprinkled with dragon dancers, lion dancers, and martial artists. After the parade, you may want to check out the shops and restaurants there.
You don't see this on TV! Because we were further down the parade route, the spacing between participants was no longer consistent. Thus, for long stretches of time we couldn't see any horses, bands, or floats. Many asked, "Is the parade over?" A lady, who had seen it all before, said that you know that the parade is over when you see people carrying signs like "Repent! The End is Near!" I only half-believed her. Until I saw them and several tow trucks bringing up the rear of the parade. Yup! The parade was over!
A charming local lady in Olvera Street who agreed to a snapshot. This district is very Spanish, it was hard to believe you were not in Mexico.
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