I want to initiate this entry doing a very important recommendation
Never forget to carry “a travel notebook” seems cliché that I recommend it but you don’t know when the mind wants to make a bad move.
It happened to me last night when I was trying to remember the name of the restaurant that we went for suggestion of locals in L.A.
So I want to make use of my light “gaffe” to tell you what about my recent visit to Los Angeles, California.
Well, let’s start at the beginning.
Why I went to L.A.?
A weekend getaway with the handsome below.
Landed in LAX a Friday to the 1:00 a.m. to be in my work the Monday of the following week at 8:00 a.m., as if nothing had happened. (yes, I know it, Some friends have already said to me that I am slightly crazy for having done it). The truth is that it was not prepared to waste my vacation days (by the way, I have accumulated many days), just for wanting to sleep few hours.
My first contact with L.A. was through LAX. Can you imagine how immense this airport is? I walked from the International Terminal of Tom Bradley (TBIT) to Terminal 1, with at least 12 ° C to meet J, who was arriving an hour late.
The International Airport of Los Angeles (LAX) is one of the airports most used in the world and is the international entry by excellence of Southern California – Discover Los Angeles
What can I see in L.A.?
If you are looking for a place to see snow, believe me that L.A. will not be the place
While we were in L.A., we got lost between its streets, covered the main points of interest of the city, used the subway, walked along its beaches, and of course, we ate delicious things.
By the first time, I met a starfish
In Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, we learn that Starfish can survive only 10 seconds out of the water, so NEVER NEVER take it out of the water. It was a funny experience and everyone was laughing at me (yes, because I was scared for touching them).
We walked as never before…
From the walk of Fame in Hollywood until the top of the Griffith Observatory. The place is totally worth it. The view from there is stunning.
La Brea Tar Pits Museum
Before we leave, we decided that our last stop would be at La Brea Tar Pits y el Museo George C. Page.
The museum counts with over 1 million ice age fossils, from 650 species. From a Columbian mammoth tusk to the tooth of a baby mouse.
Usually, fossil preparation takes place behind the scenes. Inside the Fossil Lab, intrepid paleontologists work on fossils that they find just yards away in the asphalt. This is the real thing — paleontological lab work — up close and personal!
Guides will be always trying to tell you about the story using a funny and interesting tone of voice, this way, they’ll catch you with the story.
And you? Have you already been in Los Angeles, California? What were the most you liked?
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