I was struck by how empty the streets were on a Sunday afternoon.
Here are some pictures of interesting architecture. These buildings probably date from the first half of the twentieth century when neo-colonial and art deco architecture were all the rage.
I am no expert on architecture, but I would say that this building, built in 1931, mixes art deco with some neo-colonial decoration (such as the gargoyle-like water spouts).
I mentioned a while ago that small trees and shrubs along the sidewalks are often sculpted into geometric shapes.