Gotta love the cycle limo and the VW mini-limo. That is thinking outside the box. The horse limo gave me back pains :)))
We out here in the Hinterland perceive LA to be one big city. It's nice to see there are little neighborhoods with character too.
As for limos, they're the Dachshunds of automobiles.
Silliness LOL Glad to hear you got out and about for a bit Namomi!
I would LOVE to go to Oak Crest, it looks like my kind of store! I love rummaging around shops full of bits and pieces.
I want a Hummer, but not a stretch limo version. :D I think the normal size ones are too big for roads in the UK!
A couple of the services here have stretch Hummers but not that long and not hot pink! The VW is a hoot!!!! And I found the Korean market fascinating -- sounds like if I lived out there it would be one of my haunts.
We have quite a few stretch Hummers here - but nothing more colorful than white and black. I love the Excaliber!!
Looks like there's a limo for any occasion. Or stretch for any event. :)
I've seen a long stretch limo when I was in New York though and I really like the pink one, so cool so me hehehehe....
Oak Crest seems like a good neighbourhood store that I can visit everyday ;)
My preference is the VW limo, and if I can't have that one to drive me to and from my oh so important job, then I will choose the Excaliber. :)
On prom night around here (there are only two high schools in my city) the kids/graduates arrive on the back of some hilarious vehicles.... everything from horsedrawn wagon/carriages to tractors to fancy schmancy cars. A few have even paddled to the venue because it sits along the river. :) All dressed in formal wear.
I am not a big lover of limos. I think it's becasue here in the UK they are the preserve of the common people - I am not talking class here but generally crass. There are huge rental companies over here that you can rent limos from and generally they have groups of drunken 'hens' or 'stags' hanging out the windows and screaming their heads off. In particular the pink Hummer is prolific. As such, the limo doesn't really stand for refinement, sophistication, class (as in having some class) at all any more.
I meant to also say thanks for shring such great fun pics and for showing us the Theatre West neighbourhood. It was great to see!
Oh goodness gracious me... That is funny... I have seen the stretch limo's here with the Hummers.. We have like two maybe the same one I have seen... but you are right how do they turn corners...
Well, I have never been in a limo, but I have seen a few...never as large as these of course!! A person would have to have some garage to house one of these!!
I like the hummers and I love the Excaliber!! It looks like a classy ride!
Are you kidding?! I can't imagine how the longest limo is even driveable. How would it take a corner?
I might have had to investigate the orange limo. Did you peek in the windows?
This post brought some lightness to my morning, certainly made my eyes pop.
The cow limo and the family on the loooonnnnnggg horse are the funniest. I've also wondered how they can turn corners. I really don't understand physically how that's possible on the extremely long ones. Guess I'll just keep wondering about that.
I see they have 'Gaslight' at the theatre. A lovely creepy play!
The limo idea has caught on over here and young women go out on the town on their stag nights - or whatever they call the night before getting married. We didn't have them in my day - praise the Lord.
BTW we were watching 'Murder she wrote' (we like Jessica) and I didn't see the cast list but I'm sure the second lead was Betty. She was great.
Oak-Crest sounds like my kind of place. I like stores that are a mish-mash of everything under the sun.
Surprisingly, we have a few of those stretch Hummers here in London. I'm not sure that they are that compatible with some of the streets though.
And the other day I was waiting for fuel and a stretched US car was ahead of me desperately trying to manoeuvre to be able to refuel.
I'll confess though, when in the USA, I have been in a few of those (shorter) stretch cars, for short journeys.
Oh now that is some s-t-r-e-t-c-h. Great to see Theatre West too. I lvoe touring your neighborhood with you. The horse, wow what fun!
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