Monday, August 20, 2018

Cruising with MONA, Pt. 1

One of the things on my bucket list was the MONA (Museum of Neon Art) Neon Cruise. I am happy to say that I have now checked it off...for now, at least. Beause I had so much fun I want to do it again!

Designer and neon aficionado Eric Lynxwiler was our tour guide, and I can't imagine a better or more entertaining host. We boarded the double-decker bus and had unparalleled views of Los Angeles. Just watch out for those tree branches, folks!

The former Tower Theatre, which is about to find new life as an Apple Store.

The Golden Gopher Sign was one of my faves.

This restaurant near Union Station is supposedly the original home of the French Dip sandwich.

Eric dropped us off in Chinatown so that we could feast our eyes upon all the vintage neon signs and trim that highlighted the buildings. To quote Eric, it was FAAAAAAAABULOUS!

This one cries out for a detailed view:

Hop back on the bus tomorrow for more vintage neon wonders!

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1 comment:

Major Pepperidge said...

I am rarely around Chinatown at night, but when I am, it is worth it just to see that classic neon.