blrghh: “This little nestle of buildings was known as the French Village. It was set on a triangular plot of land at the point where Highland Avenue and Cahuenga Boulevard converged as they entered the Cahuenga Pass. This puts it roughly across the street from the front entrance of the Hollywood Bowl.” [more here](https://martinturnbull.com/2014/11/22/the-french-village-corner-of-highland-ave-cahuenga-blvd/)
LetterSwapper: Oh neat, it’s one of those streetcars that were replaced with freeways by Judge Doom.
Jellomiki: It’s funny how it doesn’t look like france at all
IAmSnort: I wonder what the price of gas was as the Texaco.
Duudeski: I wish Cali wasn’t so built up like it is these days. That looks nice.