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Peggy Sue 50's Diner At Barstow

SETTING MY FOOTPRINTS ....
On the way back from Las Vegas, we stopped at Peggy Sue's Diner at Barstow for our morning breakfast, a very light meal for us ladies as usual.  Sandwiches is not really my favourite type of meal, but I cannot afford to be choosy when it comes to food out in the desert.  LOL... The Big Man suggested going to this special place, his kind of comfort food....

And so here we are....
Peggy Sue's... 
The name does indeed sound familiar...
I heard of a song by this name before... 
Welcoming us... 
Leading us inside... 
The memoirs of Peggy Sue...
So sweet and beautiful...
And the welcoming menu served...
Anyone knows who they are? 
At first I did not.. though I have seen them somewhere before... 
Diner's settings...
Like bringing us back to the 50's....
A nice shot of the diners....
We ordered stacks of pancakes... with butter and cream...
Egg sandwiches and hash browns...
One piece is really enough for me...
Which one should I indulge in?
I managed to refrain actually... 
One for the album at Peggy Sue's!

Comments

  1. I only get to see this in movies and in tvs. you are in a real diner in usa! so cool!

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  2. I think I spotted "Stan and Ollie" on one of the walls.

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  3. This place is awesome, wish I could go! The statues of the men are The Blues Brothers, they were very famous here.

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  4. Estupendo lugar! Espero verte pronto por mi blog! Buenas noches! ♡♡♡

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  5. You don't know The Blues Brothers? Do you know the song "Peggy Sue"? Buddy Holly, die in a plane crash with Ritchie Valens, La Bamba - I am sure you know that one! Love the entrance, looks like a jukebox.

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  6. Me too. Not a big dan of sandwiches but when there is not much choice, I would not be picky too.

    Love the pancakes. I not familiar with the singers. Haha

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  7. Yummy pancakes. Sandwiches should do when there is not much choice. I like the interior decorations.

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  8. Very nostalgic place with a very American feel to it!

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    1. that is because it is in usa! won't find it here.

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  9. wow.... i wanna go too when i grow up

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