Tuesday, May 1, 2007

May Theme Day (City Exchange)


Hola! This South of the Border window dressing could be in Mexico...Acapulco, Cancun, Mazatlan, Mexico City? Si?

No?

I've never been to Mexico, but lots of amigos around Selma, Alabama enjoy authentic Mexican cuisine at El Ranchero Restaurant on Broad Street. It's one reason downtown fills up with cars on weekend nights, because a Taco Bell it is not!

The fajitas, chimichanga, taco salad, enchiladas, refried beans, rice, rice and more rice and especially the tortilla chips with goat cheese dip are a delightful change of taste from Southern fried everything. They even have Mexican shrimp dishes.

Please visit other City Daily Photo Blogs participating in May Theme Day, and Adios!

(Note: I am re-publishing this because I noticed a "typo" in in my first edition spelling of Acapulco!)

They are:

Monte Carlo, Monaco -
Rome, Italy -
Singapore, Singapore -
Tenerife, Spain -
Rotterdam, Netherlands -
London, UK -
Montréal (QC), Canada -
Melbourne, Australia -
Naples (FL), USA -
Bastia, France -
Hong Kong, China -
Mazatlan, Mexico -
Buenos Aeres, Argentina -
Manila, Philippines -
Arradon, France -
Madison (WI), USA -
Evry, France -
Seoul, Korea -
Shanghai, China -
Bucaramanga (Santander), Colombia -
Sequim (WA), USA -
Singapore, Singapore -
Budapest, Hungary -
Baziège, France -
Hamburg, Germany -
Toruń, Poland -
Nelson, New Zealand -
Madison (WI), USA -
Vantaa, Finland -
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia -
Mainz, Germany -
Dubai, UAE -
Saint Paul (MN), USA -
Cork, Ireland -
Stockholm, Sweden -
Menton, France -
Tel Aviv, Israel -
Albuquerque (NM), USA -
Kitakami, Japan -
Stayton (OR), USA -
Szentes, Hungary -
Stavanger, Norway -
Grenoble, France -
Villigen, Switzerland -
Paris, France -
Hyde, UK -
Moscow, Russia -
Joplin (MO), USA -
Jakarta, Indonesia -
Greenville (SC), USA -
Cape Town, South Africa -
Asheville (NC), USA -
Seattle (WA), USA -
Kyoto, Japan -
Tokyo, Japan -
Madrid, Spain -
Auckland, New Zealand -
Oulu, Finland -
Lubbock (TX), USA -
Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina -
Baton Rouge (LA), USA -
Sydney, Australia -
Maple Ridge (BC), Canada -
Vancouver, Canada -
Seattle (WA), USA -
Selma (AL), USA -
Chandler (AZ), USA -
Sharon (CT), USA -
Manila, Philippines -
Lyon, France -
New York City (NY), USA -
Los Angeles (CA), USA -
Brookville (OH), USA -
Hayle, UK -
Wailea (HI), USA -
Saarbrücken, Germany -
San Diego (CA), USA -
Boston (MA), USA -
Saint Louis (MO), USA -
Cypress (TX), USA

15 comments:

Kate said...

Wonderful! Love it--come visit visualstpaul today; there's a similar thread!

Gerald England said...

I've never been to a Mexican restaurant!

Dsole said...

oh what a funny pic, very colourful!

RamblingRound said...

Hi Kate, I did visit St. Paul, and I love your Mexican restaurant photo.

Gerald, the first real Mexican restaurant I ever went to was in San Antonio, and Taco Bell was never the same!

dsole, this really is a funny fellow, huh? I suppose he's a Red Hot Chili Pepper!

Victoria said...

Hmm...now you have me craving Mexican food! Great twist on today's theme.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Interesting photograph. I think we all have a craving for Mexican food. My mother loved extremely hot peppers.

My Theme Day portrait is of the "Peashooter" and the National Museum of the United States Air Force. Hope you like flying.

Lessie said...

What a cute window! You've made me hungry...

Jilly said...

Love the colours - what a fun pic with thoughts of the good food inside.

Kuanyin said...

Good job...it could very well be so! Happy Theme Day!

riniroo said...

It seems like Mexican flavor is all the rage on daily photo theme day!

Thanks for the pic!

isabella said...

Now, see what you've done - I'm craving chicken fajitas right now ;-)

RamblingRound said...

After reading your comments, now I'm craving Mexican tonight. But I already have an oriental menu in progress - chicken teriyaki.
Thank you all for stopping by.

prash said...

thats a nice picture...colorful!

Chandlermom said...

Very colorful - you gotta get to Mexico one of these days!

Lavenderlady said...

Oh yes...not a Taco Bell. Looks like fun!