Churros & tacos on Olvera Street
Not just for tourist, the churro cart at the entrance to Olvera Street is a hit with everyone. Lcoated in the oldest area in downtown Los Angeles, Olvera Street was turned into a Mexican marketplace around 1930’s.
The festive decorations on Olvera Street
There are many street vendors and Mexican themed stores, and not just knick knacks either.
Mexican paper flowers
A wall of traditional Mexican paper flowers. Buy some for your wife, because these will never die.
Street market down Olvera Street
Typical street vendor on Olvera Street.
One of the oldest Mexican restaurants in Los Angeles started near Olvera Street, and Cielito Lindo still attracts hungry visitors today.
Street Performers on Olvera Street
Street performers on Olvera Street sing you a song as you say goodbye for the day.
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