20087Re: Re: Re: Request for L.A. Visit
- Nov 3, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> From: Solveig Throndardottir <nostrand@...>It frequently gets below 70 degrees F, that's frigid ;)
>Greetings from Solveig!
>>Currently living in frigid Northern California.
>Northern California is most definitely NOT frigid.
>I grew up in South Eastern Washington.That's unlivable!
>Hitting Japan Town is definitely something to do in LA, but I thought that SF had a better one.I think that's true, Gardena and Torrance in LA are much bettera than
either the old LA Japantown or the SF one.
>For that matter, Moe's is the bookstore to hit in SF, Powell's the one in Portland, and Shorey'sIf you want books on Asia in English, the Oriental Bookstore blows all
>used to be the one to hit in Seattle.
three away on this one subject. Possibly even the Kinokuniya in Shinjuku
as well since they don't carry used books as well as new ones. For silly
size, go to Smith's Acres of Books in Long Beach, it is acres of books.
Who's not bothered by monsoon weather in Taiwan or Indonesia or 120+ in
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