Out and About in LA: Day 3

Kind of a low-key day for me out in the city of angels. Decided to take a tour of one of their museums. It’s not the Louvre or Metropolitan Museum, but the Getty Institute is a very cool place. I especially like the layout where you have to walk outside to get to each building. It is a little small for my taste but there’s still some goodies.

The Getty Museum


Views Outside The Getty


Heraldic Panel with the Arms of the Eberler Family  

Joke Glass (German)  

Lifting Majine and the Allegory of Death & War by Francesco di Giorgio Marini  

The Temptation of St. Anthony by Lelio Orsi  


Bacchanale by Alessandro Magnasco  

The Triumph of Venus by Alessandro Magnasco  

Microscope w/case  

French Porcelain  

Rembrandt Laughing by Rembrandt van Rijn 

Moonlight Landscape with a View of the New Amstel River and Castle Kostverloren by Aert van der Neer 
Self Portrait, Yawning by Joseph Dureux  

Landscape with Lake and Boatman by Jean Baptiste Camille Corot  

Arii Matamoe by Paul Gauguin 


Heard nothing but amazing things about Tito’s Tacos. The hype was worth it cause this was the best Mexican food I’ve ever had. Meat in the burrito was perfectly cooked. And the salsa & gaucamole? Out of this world. Dangerous game to eat out but it is good to know I have great, and cheap, food if I need it.



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