Across the Union Station, bordered by Chinatown, stands Olvera Street— the oldest part of Los Angeles. I remember going on a field trip here when I was in second or third grade, at an age when I didn’t appreciate history and culture  as much as I do now. Since I grew up in a state that is dominated by Spanish influences, from food to architecture, seeing red brick buildings for the first time was one thing to be amazed about. They’re still rad. 

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