¡Fiesta Time! St. Louis Hispanic Festival

While on the way Soulard Farmer’s Market, my friends and I stumbled upon the Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival. It was a pleasant surprise, as I had no idea that it was going on this weekend, let alone right next to the farmer’s market. However, I’m not going to complain when there’s good/authentic Hispanic food available right next to me!

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hispanic festival st louis soulard

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Aren’t these adorable?! I’d totally dress up my future kids in these things.
The cutest little thing ever! Also, I promise I don’t go around taking rando pics of children (often)…it’s all done in the name of “street photography!”

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We first scavenged for food before actually looking at all the goods that were around us. I ended up getting a chicken/beef burrito that I was oh-so-thankfully able to taste since I was still getting over a cold that blocked my sense of taste and smell for the past few days.

Then these two got a winning picture as Juan & Carlita (Yes, I totally made up “Juan & Carlita.” But it’s kind of fitting for Ethan and Sarah, don’t you think?):

After exploring the actual Soulard farmer’s market (separate post coming up!) for a while, we wandered back out through the Hispanic festival again.

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Let’s end with a dream, shall we?

What cultures are around you in your city? Have you been to a cultural celebration before?

Thanks for reading!

P.S. Soulard Farmers Market

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