PHOTOHUNT : SYMBOLIC
Magellan’s Cross is located in Magallanes street, Cebu City. It is housed beside the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño church. A historical landmark not only for Cebu City but for the Philippines. It was planted in the year 1521 by Ferdinand Magellan, a Portugese navigator who worked for the King of Spain in search of the Spice Island.
It symbolizes the propagation of the Roman Catholic faith in Cebu. When Magellan and his crew arrived in the island they were greeted by the local natives led by Rajah Humabon. They befriended him and consequently accepted Christianity and was baptized accordingly.
LITRATONG PINOY : PUBLIKO
Pampublikong palikuran sa Pier ng San Francisco, California. Di ko man nagamit pero mukhang malinis. Sana magkaroon din tayo ng ganitong pasilidad dito sa Pinas at sana ay mapanatili rin ang kalinisan nito.
(A public toilet in San Francisco Pier. I didn’t get the chance to use but it looks clean. I just wish that we can have facilities like that here in the Philippines and we can maintain its cleanliness.)
We spent our last night in LA having dinner with friends at Thai Patio along Hollywood Boulevard. I know for a fact that Hubs really felt good having to be reunited with his cousins and friends. I also had the time of my life enjoying their company.
Photo opp before we head out to the airport. I had the grandest time during our short visit to the US. Thanks to the generosity and hospitality of all our families and friends. These people are the real treasures in life and nothing can beat that. Hope to be back soon!
I hope you all had the grandest weekend.
These photos were taken during our trip in San Francisco, California.
246/365 Parking Meter
247/365 Fire Truck
248/365 Boats at Fisherman’s Wharf
249/365 A view from the top of Lombard Street
250/365 The crookedest street located at Lombard Street, San Francisco California
251/365 The Painted Ladies at Steiner Street – These beautiful Victorian Houses is truly a must see in San Francisco.
252/365 Cable car
253/365 The Clock Tower at San Francisco Ferry Building
254/365 Ghirardelli Square
255/365 Green Cable Car
241/365 The Lobby of the M Resort Spa Casino in Las Vegas is one of the newest Hotel – Casinos south end of the Las Vegas strip
242/365 The Gondola at the Venetian, Las Vegas awaiting passengers.
243/365 Inside the Venetian
244/365 Train at the Americana Mall in Glendale, California.
236/365 Egyptian Statue – lovely decor
237/365 Mickey Mouse balloons – I’m sure every kid would love to have one of those.
238/365 Yellow Mums
239/365 Fresh Cherries – I love to munch these. Not only is it yummy, it’s healthy too!
240/365 The Excalibur at Las Vegas – nothing fancy with the building since I took the shot of the building from the side, definitely not the building’s most flattering angle. I actually fell in love with the clouds. Not much editing done on this photo except a little cropping.
I am sorry for not posting on time. My body clock has not fully adjusted with the time difference.
Our weekend was spent in Fabulous Las Vegas. It was a lovely city with all the night life. Here are some photos.
Hard Rock Cafe
See you again next week. Don’t worry even if I do not comment on your posts, I have visited them
228/365 Gourmet Burger from Chili’s. I’m not much of a burger fan but this is truly yummy.
229/365 Coin Bank – it’s one way to teach kids to save.
230/365 Care for a game of billiards?
231/365 Budding Hisbiscus
232/365 Porterhouse Steak – Our first dine out in the US was a Ruth’s Chris Steak House. Who could resist this sumptuous, savory perfection?
233/365 Potato au Gratin – and coupled with this side dish. So sinfully delicious. No wonder I gained so much wait.
234/365 Yellow Lamborghini – I saw this awesome sports car at the mall and immediately remembered my son who would surely drool at the sight of this.
235/365 Shopping Signage – Who could resist shopping if all the signs are pointing there?