Sunday, January 13, 2013

Arcade - Sunday In My City


A little nostalgia this Sunday.





Thanks for stopping by! I hoped you enjoyed the tour.  

For other views of the world, go to Unknown Mami who kindly hosts: Sunday In My City.

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18 pretty purplexing comments:

  1. I haven't had the chance to stop by in a while and I just wanted to say "hi"! I love the look of your blog - I've got to get in gear and update mine. I hope all is well, and I look forward to keeping up with you in 2013!

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  2. that's a blast from the past. But what about all the giant rocks?

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  3. This place looks *awesome*!!! I absolutely love pinball! Thanks for posting this.

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  4. We had fun trying to play. Boy, did we look silly!!

    ~Tami
    Sent from Tami's iPhone

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  5. Saving that post for another day. :-)

    ~Tami
    Sent from Tami's iPhone

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  6. Lots of color in an arcade to make really spectacular photos!

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  7. Wow! What a great collection of games and pinball machines. Arcades like these are definitely few and far between.

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  8. OH MY GOSH.....let me in, let me in!!! that would be such a fun way to spend an afternoon. especially since it is cold, rainy and foggy up here.

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  9. WOW! Does this ever bring back memories! I wish we had something like that in our town! NICE to see.....thanks for sharing.....Roxie

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  10. So fun and such neat pictures!! My husband would love it there!! Hope you had a wonderful weekend! Xoxo
    Maria

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  11. You know where St. Peter's Village is, right? It's one of the shops there.

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  12. Hi Sue! Thanks for visiting! Come back again soon!!!

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  13. Your pictures are vibrant with color. I love them. It's rare nowadays to see old fashioned arcade games such as these in the US. We have tons of them in Honduras: old, dusty, well-worn machines being used by young people and men in billiard halls or near bus stops.

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  14. I haven't seen an arcade since I was a pre-teen. My eyes lit up upon entering this one!

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  15. It certainly was a special treat to find an arcade. My boys wouldn't have a clue how to use a pinball machine. Funny to think about it!

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  16. It was a pleasant surprise to find an arcade so close to us. Never even knew it was there!

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  17. Thank you Laurie. It was amazing seeing how many were lined up! They had other games there too, but the pinball machines were my favorite!

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