We got there around 4:30 PM. Parking was $3.00. Entry for jubilados was $1 and for adults $2.
The highlight of the fair for me was finding the “la ghiotta” gelato area. Talk about hitting the spot! Between the three of us, we sampled 5 different favors.
La ghiotta had provided gelato for Delicias Italiana, which has now closed its doors. I had stopped by Delicias Italiana last week and found the doors locked.
The good news is that la ghiotta will soon be supplying Parmigiano Resturante with gelato soon. That by itself made the trip to the Fair worthwhile.
It has been a while since I have been to Parmigianos so this is a good reason to go by again.
I only took two car photos. One was this MG. The brand brings back memories of my high school years, when foreign cars started making their way to the U.S.
The MG was one of my favorites then. I looked at this car before I bought my Suzuki, but it was a little pricey for me.
Here is another car I felt was worth showing. It is called Brilliance and is serviced by Bremen. This car is from China and really looks nice. The prices are cheap enough to make worth looking at. They had several models, but I liked this one.
Other than that, the Fair was pretty much the same. As of now “Been There and Done That” again.
Other photos taken at the Fair.