Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
What could be better than lunch at a well "read" elephant?
I bet that elephant is popular with the kids.
What a brilliantly red photograph.
Cute! I think this place has good luck, and it's forever, because the elephant and it is in red colour! :)Happy Birthday to your adorable grandson!I imagine lots of ice cream after the pizza, right?Léia
We love it too!
They don't grill elephants, do they? ;D
It looks like it would be a fun place to go. I love the shiny red. MB
A belated Happy Birthday to your grandson! I just hope they don't sell elephant burgers in there!
Must be a University of Alabama elephant! Roll Tide!
oh I like the looks of the menu....I bet you had a great time!
Very red! Looks like a fun place for kids of all ages!
I love elephants, mostly in images, and this one is quite original!
We have ared elephant restaurant too. may be it is something mythical with theThai people.
Mmmmm now you've made be hungry. It looks like a nice place to eat. I wonder if they'd deliver a pizza clear up here.
Cool photo - love the RED. I also like the reflection-like repetition of the elephant. Your grandson is a big lad already. Happy b-day to him!
Oooooooo, I looooove that red elephant!!!
Interesting!.What did you order? - Elephant Classic, Elephant Burger, Elephant Ears, Blue Elephant LIT or Elephant's Garden! ;)
Funny. I had never heard of that chain (is it a chain?).
For a second my eyes were confused and thought the bottom elephant was a reflection of the top one. Of course I feel silly now ... it is the wrong shape ... and it would be upside down if it were really a reflection! :=}What a fun sounding place!
I like that elephant. I wish we had one around here. :)
What a RED Elephant! A catchy name for the restaurant, too. I'd never heard of this place before--they're probably not found in Oregon. lol
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