The Apple Pan

Big cities always have their quaint and cool joints. In Los Angeles, I found The Apple Pan, which is no secret. Still, having a burger at a joint that is throwback to maybe 50 years ago was fun and tasty.

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The place is easy to find on Pico Blvd, with a few parking spots behind and more on the street. Inside you’ll find a counter staff by friendly guys who sling burgers, fries, and slices of dessert with amazing speed. I went with the hickory burger and fries. Check them out:

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Kind of cool the way the burger comes in that paper wrap. Keeps the mess off your shirt, too. By the way, those fries are very tasty. Great potato flavor! Will be back here to try some more items. Enjoy every meal.

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Elfreth’s Alley Snapshot

Here’s a quick look at Elfreth’s Alley in Philadelphia, PA, USA. This is a street from before the United States was a country, with some houses dating from about 1707.

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This area of Philadelphia has plenty of construction going on at the moment. However, this alley will be preserved for years to come, which is a nice touch. If you’re passing by, this is worth a look.

Washington’s Chapel, video

While visiting Washington’s Chapel, Valley Forge, PA, USA, I also took some video inside and out. Here’s a brief look to supplement yesterday’s post:

I’ll be posting more photos and video from Valley Forge in the future. Weather has been difficult lately. Stay tuned here at The Bent Page and my Facebook page. Thank you.

Washington’s Chapel, Valley Forge

Visitors to Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, USA will find some beautiful scenery and this stunningly beautiful chapel.

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The attached cloister is a good place to meditate. Inside you’ll find a marvelous space with historic flags and stained glass.

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And don’t miss the many details, such as this figure in the wrought iron:

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There’s plenty to do at Valley Forge so take your time.