Since visiting Cherokee Street for the first time, I never would’ve thought that I’d be back for their biggest event of the year – Cinco de Mayo celebration! Thanks to some persuasion from Kara, I ended checking out the festivities last Saturday instead of studying for finals…and I don’t regret that decision one bit. It was lively, crowded, colorful, festive. Come walk through it with me…
Plenty of vendors & food booths were set up along the street. What a feast for the stomach and eyes:
Insider’s tip: go with an empty stomach! I already ate a meal before going, so I didn’t pick up any of the delicious looking/smelling Mexican food. Aw well, next time!
I somehow completely missed this building the last time I was here. I wonder what’s the story behind its name?
Aaaand my favorite shot of the day:
The bubbles were generated by this Bubblebus, if you were curious.
I think the most interesting part in all this was people-watching. I noticed that my street photography finesse has regressed since my time in New York. Once again, I was aware of just how hard/scary it could be to take photos of people! Ah well, I tried.
Ha, this was an accidental/trial shot but I ended up liking it. Of all things to stick out in the crowd…
Happy Cindo de Mayo! Read all about it here if you have no idea what it means. Thanks for reading!
P.S. If you haven’t already, check out my post about Cherokee Street.
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