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Tacoqueta

Clarendon Drive east of Hampton Road is a hodgepodge of auto shops, ramshackle churches in converted frame houses, food business, such as paleterias, Aunt Stella’s Snow Cones… 255 more words

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Top 10 Unique Latin American Experiences

A few years ago I submitted a list of interesting Latin American holiday destinations. In an uncertain economy, travelers from America, Europe or Australia may be seeking a more affordable destination this year. 1,615 more words

Travel

Review: El Burrito Near Disneyland

It’s been far too long since I’ve done a review on GasStationTacos.com.  Fortunately, I was heading to VidCon a couple weeks ago at the Anaheim Convention Center and drove past a Shell station with what looked like a legit gas station taco stop.   403 more words

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A Taco So Nice We Went There Twice

Oh, hey. There’s a taco blog! Sorry for the length between posts. We’ve done some pretty excellent taco explorations and promise to get caught up while soldiering on in our divine mission. 506 more words

Taco Stops

Central Mexico: Tacos al Pastor

Restaurant: Taqueria Latina
City: Sunnyvale, CA

For lunch, I had tacos al pastor at a taqueria near work. There’s loads of meat to choose from and at $1.50 each, they’re cheap… 479 more words

Foodie Fridays

Taco Tuesday: Casa La Doña Versus the Volcan-o

Ever since I “discovered” Casa La Doña (meaning: skating past the restaurant about 50 times, without any interest, until I read somewhere that they sell tacos for $1), I’ve been borderline-obsessed with trying everything on their menu – and every weird salsa in their colorful salsa bar (word to the wise: the “Peanut” salsa is incredibly spicy). 315 more words

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