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Month: July 2017

Restaurant Bat Signal: Carlsbad Tavern, Scottsdale, AZ

My family members loves this cafe, recognized at this locale in 1995, for its tasty New Mexican delicacies, which differs from the flavors of Sonoran Mexican delicacies. The Carlsbad Tavern restaurant’s distinctive sign out at the road is a silhouette of a bat, and inside of, a single of the eating spots is built to look like a darkish bat cave, paying homage to the famed Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico. The caves in New Mexico serve as dwelling for a noted 17 species of bats — per Wikipedia, a count from 2005 estimated a peak of 793,000 bats...

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09c – McClung Residence – 1959 La Salle Ave (E)

West Adams Heights “Nowadays we scarcely notice the higher stone gates which mark the entrances on Hobart, Harvard, and Oxford streets, south of Washington Boulevard. For just one factor, the traffic is way too heavy, way too swift and then, again, the gates have been obscured by intrusions of stores and shops. At the base of the stone pillars appears the inscription “West Adams Heights.” There was a time when these entranceways have been formidable and haughty, for they marked the ways to just one of the first elite residential locations in Los Angeles. . . In the unplanned...

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