Saturday, June 2, 2007

Ybor City

We went to Ybor City today for dinner and had a great time. It is the historic 7th Avenue which originated as the hispanic factories that made the cigars near downtown Tampa that has been brought back to its original glory. There are historic electric trolleys and it is really fun. I love to go into a cute consignment store that has original historic outfits. Everything is around $80-$400 so it is just fun to look.

Alex got tired on the trolley.
Nick got a cute paper trolley to play with, he loved to watch the construction and hear the bells ringing for traffic.
It was a windy day and Alex's hair was flying around.
We rode the trolley to a park and had a great time playing around.
Here I am in my new skirt from the 50s or 60s.
The boys had fun wrestling.
What a great day.


Emily Loria said...

What a lovely day, I love to get out and do stuff with the fam. Your family is adorable.

***LIZ*** said...

How fun!! The pics turned out so cute. And I take back my earlier disappiontment from you cutting Nick's hair. He is so handsome! I love the photo of Alex with his mad scientist hair, my favorite thing is the expression. Super cute family photo.

Sarah said...

You guys seem to du such fun stuff all the time. Good for you guys. We need to get out more!!

Blurbs of the Holcomb Family said...

That looks like it was fun! We use to visit Kemah Boardwalk in Texas that was right next to the bay. A true Boardwalk through and through... like a fair every night. Anyhoo, I hope Shawn and I get out more this summer to see more local sites. Our historic downtown is actually an old trainstop. So there really isn't much there, but I am wanting to see some old Southern Mantions soon!

debby said...

You guys really are the cutest family I've ever seen!! Definately love Alex's hair.