What do you do on Sunday when it’s raining? You wish it didn’t and think of sunny days. That’s why I am going to sum up my trip to Los Angeles today and write about what I liked there and what my favorite places are.
Before starting, I would like to share that my expectations of LA were very very high. Living in Miami with New York forever in my heart, I was thinking LA is going to be magical, well, you know, because of the movies and all the celebrities living there, promoting the image of Los Angeles as a heaven to live in. However, the trip didn’t start as expected because of the unending line of car rentals (I know there are lots of people there, but still, why 3 hours?) and the weather was not that warm to start with. So the first day was almost wasted.
However, the next day at the sight of tall palm trees and infamous Beverly Hills hotel it felt like all my travel struggles have been compensated.
Malibu beach is one of the most famous beaches in LA and I was eager to go there as well. Nobu Malibu restaurant right on the beach offered a great view to the ocean and is surely a must-see place.
Despite the fact that Hollywood Boulevard is well, Hollywood Boulevard, I can not say I found it very interesting (with so many people, how can you even see anything? ) except for this star obviously.
When in Laguna Beach, we accidentally discovered a very long staircase which led us to amazing beach scene.
Dress-Topshop (similar here)
Rodeo Drive was a paradise for shopaholics.
I caught the sunset moment in Santa Monica, which was truly beautiful.