URBAN: My LA and SD Tips and Tricks
So if you want to take a break from modern lifestyle and all those technologies, take a drive in Route 66. It guarantees you a trip down memory lane and a transport back in the golden days.
The collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum on display at the Getty Center includes pre-20th-century European paintings, drawings, illuminated manuscripts, sculpture, and decorative arts; and 19th- and 20th-century American and European photographs.
The Daily Post at Wordpress gave us a chance to take a shot at street photography of fleeting moments found on the street.
I’ve been meaning to post a floral collection, I wonder why not. I stayed there for hours taking pictures of the entire garden, completely delaying all my other checkpoints to Route 66.
A pharmacy? You might ask. Yep, this pharmacy situated so courtly with outside tables at the corner of Mission St. and Fair Oaks Ave. has adjoining vintage store and soda, ice cream and coffee bar counter. I don’t know where else I’ll be exploring the historic Route 66, but I’m telling you, my first stop is raising the bar high.
Griffith Park Observatory will have you amazed and wondered with its science observations. But, what really draws people of coming here are the great views of LA’s cityscape, sunset and one of the few best views of the Hollywood sign. The Park offers many outdoor pursuits for adults and forthe whole family.
Venice Beach Broadwalk appears to be an outdoor exhibit museum street-lined of of graffiti and vendors selling arts and crafts.
“You’re from Dogtown? What’s that mean? Venice, man. Ghetto by the sea.
It’s dirty. It’s filthy. It’s … a paradise.”
Hsi Lai Temple in Los Angeles, California.