What's going on, Albuquerque?
For those who are originally from Los Angeles, or lived there for a while.
Latest Activity: Oct 29, 2011
Started by Keya. Last reply by Norio Hayakawa Dec 1, 2010.
Started by Keya Feb 6, 2010.
@janette - it's on wyoming just north of constitution, west side of the street. they just did a little remodel to make their in-store dining area a bit more defined.
i love that place and their restaurant is very high quality.
Where is that located? I've never heard of that place until now. Ta Lin doesn't seem to carry stuff like that...I had a hard time trying to find items for Passover recently.
We lived in Los Angeles for almost 26 years and moved here in 2008, There is little to miss about Los Angeles.
Sure, L.A. is a very cosmopolitan city, but so is Albuquerque, in many ways.
Although I wish that there were an Armenian grocery here. So far I haven't found any in Albuqueruqe. The reason I am looking for an Armenia grocery store is because I used to buy great marinated shishkabob meat in L.A. for barbecuing.
But, anyway, Albuquerque/Rio Rancho is a great place to live.
In L.A. we were paying about $200 to $300 a year for vehicle registration. Here it's way way cheaper.
Also, what I like best about Albuquerque is the Freeway system, I-25 and I-40. You can get anywhere so easily with this simply freeway system.
we moved here almost 10 years ago. i still miss quite a bit about LA; it a pretty unique place. abq has quite a bit going for it, all things considered, but it takes some time figuring it out.
i keep in touch via some LA-centric blogs and i really look forward to visits - so much true urbanity and excitement and creativity there.
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