Outside the Vietnamese Restaurant
We eat here a lot. They are always slow. Even when we're the only people there, they're slow. But the food is pretty good.
Copyright: Jeffrey martin
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 7472x1338
Uploaded: 10/01/2013
Updated: 12/01/2013


Tags: exterior; rain; winter; handheld; iphone; autostitch; iphone app
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