Aha! So that's why none of my US colleagues are on-line today!
Nice looking place. And they certainly have the right spirit. Have a good 4th, Scribbs. Maybe you can take in the neighborhood party and enjoy some All-American cabrito? :)
L&S -- I'm guessing carne asada....
"Ghetto meets the sea" nice. Isn't that also Venice, Italy? original Ghetto, I mean.
Mebbe so, Laura. We have a Venice here of course (about 35 miles away) that used to be ghetto-y until the big bucks flowed in. Now it's full of yuppies....If the denizens of the Italian Venice consider their burg a "ghetto," they surely pronounce the word differently. We say "ghet-TO" here....
Some people put such effort into decorating. It's lovely. I used to fly flags but they were such tempting sport for drunken college kids. They would leap up and grab the corner of the flag snapping the flag pole. I kinda lost the spirit to bother.
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