The Mexican Heritage Of Olvera Street

The Mexican Heritage Of Olvera Street

The Mexican Heritage Of Olvera Street

For a visual break in the heart of winter, I’ll do a few posts on places I visited in California last week.

It is hard to imagine if you are living in a state struck with frigid temperatures, but on the West coast 80 degrees was the backdrop to our trip.

We’ll start with Olvera Street in downtown Los Angeles.  It is a beautiful place, huge trees and shops line a marketplace celebrating the Mexican culture of early California.

Color is king, mariachi bands walk the streets serenading visitors, the smell of fresh taquitos lingers, and the air reverberates with drums for the cultural dance displays…

The Mexican Heritage Of Olvera Street










Click here to watch a snip of the dancers: IMG_9471



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7 thoughts on “The Mexican Heritage Of Olvera Street

    1. Taquitos 🙂 I did look for Mexican jumping beans without success and was tempted to buy one of the wrestling masks with Hello Kitty, but it didn’t seem threatening enough. Just enjoyed being there

    1. Hi Desiree’, I am sorry it is hard to remember exactly. It was (I think) around the Christmas season 3-4 years ago

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