|wall of remembrance|
When we finally departed the museum, we drove over to West Hollywood for lunch. My guidebook directed us to a couple of prospects on Melrose Avenue, and we finally settled for M Cafe de Chaya, an eatery that specializes in "contemporary macrobiotic cuisine." The food was exceptionally good, fresh and flavorful and much better than I expected. The cafe is a great find.
|hummus&falafel wrap w/ side of kickass kale salad, sweet potato fries, and chopped salad|
|RHS w/ quidditch player & Hermione|
|I banged my muggle head a few times trying to run thru the wall.|
|Every witch must accessorize!|
|Which wand will choose me?|
It was an interesting day. I'm glad to have discovered and visited Museum of the Holocaust. I am curious to know how it differs or compares to Museum of Tolerance which I visited as a young student but about which I have no clear memory beyond that of the Holocaust survivor my class and I met that day who spoke hauntingly about her experience. I'll be sure to visit Museum of Tolerance in the near future so that I can find out.