A Downtown Los Angeles Morning

by on Jan.26, 2013, under Syndicated from the Web

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This morning Jeff and I decided to go into Downtown L.A. to check out a book shop that I heard about. It was fabulous! It is in a beautiful old building that was once a bank.
It is called The Last Book Store. You can read all about it HERE on their webpage!
I saw this skeleton in the window on the way in and I was excited!
View from the second floor where all books are just a dollar.

We may find a clue with this magnifying glass mobile
Why is A Raven like a Writing desk?

Science Fiction is kept here in the safe! Come on in!
Tunnel of Books- Down the Rabbit hole!
Inspiration was flying around everywhere!
Jeff as seen through books.
They even have a record album section! 45’s too!
Upstairs there were Artists lofts/shops. Awesome works there.

Some old doors that were hanging around in a back hall. Love.

Since we were already downtown, we went to Olvera street. First though, we crossed the street and walked around Chinatown for a bit.
I found this MUST HAVE Frida heart
And we bought this large Muerta to bring Fortune and Love to our home always.

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