The 2011 Laredo Convention & Visitor's guide is the gift that keeps on giving. On a couple of occasions, I've taken to reading an article or two of the 68-page production. Lo and behold, there's always something that catches my attention. Usually, it's something that I have to read twice to get exactly what they're trying to say. I find myself thinking "come estuvo esa?"/ "how was that?". It usually takes a second, slower reading to get the gist of the intended communication. Let me illustrate. In the following paragraph, I was reading along and then I had to backtrack and read it again slowly.
In your visit to downtown Laredo, begin yourNaturally, there were some minor imperfections as I
leisureleisurely stroll at the intersection of Convent atand Iturbide, where you'll see the bustling of shoppers, pedestrians on their daily duties and the signs of the cumulative improvements to restore our downtown. From the quaint light posts and street pavers to the covered benches and misters to cool you down any Summer afternoon, these are just some of the projects initiated by Laredo Main Street (LMS).