Another year of trains, travel, and three-year-olds! We had a fantastic time going on this years Gold Line Trip to Union Station. The children were thrilled be out in the world and riding on a real train. Union Station was, as always, beautiful and we also enjoyed walking over to take a look at the oldest house in LA, Avila Adobe in Olvera Street. We would like to thank all the parents who made this adventure possible by driving and chaperoning us. We have been learning so much about trains and train stations so it was fantastic to see them in person.
We have been having a fantastic time in Room 3 and are so excited to once again be studying trains. Trains and three-year-olds go together like macaroni and cheese. This year’s class was so excited to take our traditional Gold Line trip. We would like to give a special thanks to all the parents who participated and made this trip possible. It’s full steam ahead and we can’t wait to see where trains will take us this next!
On our way to the Gold Line train at Sierra Madre Station…
On the train…All aboard!
At Union Station in Los Angeles.
On our way to Olvera St. and stopping to admire the “Blessing of the Animals” mural.
At Olvera St. in the oldest house in LA, Avila Adobe.
On our way back through Union Station.
What a fantastic adventure we had!