Project 365, Day 175; A Day of Greek and Irish Enjoyment

We started out with lunch at a Greek restaurant that has wonderful murals and decorations on its walls. The piped in Greek music makes you want to get up and dance, a la Zorba, between bites of wonderful Greek food.

We wandered down the street after lunch, and stopped to sit on a bench in the sun to listen to some Irish music played by some street musicians, and when they spoke, their brogue told us they were the real thing. The music was delightful.

Some similarity in the poses of the musicians in the photos struck me as interesting as I looked at them together, when I put them up on the computer screen.

Music unites the world, don’t you think?

The Greek mural is signed by an artist whose first name I think is Philip, last name Chamberlain and dated 2008 (I will write things down next time, and not trust my memory).

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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9 Responses to Project 365, Day 175; A Day of Greek and Irish Enjoyment

  1. Pingback: 365 Photo Project | Day 35 « Fashion-esque

  2. Angeline M says:

    Credit: Greek food at Demitri’s Taverna in Livermore, First Street. Irish group was outside Panama Red Coffee Company, also on First Street in Livermore.

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  3. frizztext says:

    nice to combine Greek and Irish folk music!

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  4. Madhu says:

    It really does! We always buy local music as souvenirs and the Syrtaki (music) never fails to transport me to Greece 🙂

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