Out and About in LA: 1 Year Anniversary

A little over a year ago I started a journey. I was asked by a major television company to move on from New Jersey and live in Culver City. Two dreams were FINALLY given to me by not only working in the industry I desperately wanted and also getting to live out in the city where my dreams can hopefully come true. It has certainly been a wild ride since moving on out to the west coast. I’ve made a lot of friends, networking pals, and worked in a variety of jobs I never dared thought was possible.

In that time I have done A LOT in the city of angels. When I had free time I went around to various areas of the city to explore and see what my new home had to offer. Whether it is museums, memorable storefronts, road trips, or just the random odd thing to share; I am shocked at how much I’ve actually accomplished. I could ramble for ages on where I’ve been and what I’ve done for sure. But I decided to just showcase some highlights and you can go look for yourself. Or go to the OUT AND ABOUT IN LA page with the tab above to see what else this city has to offer. So without further ado here are some of the best moments I experienced in my first year:

MOVING OUT WEST

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You can see the whole trip me and my Father took from New Jersey to Los Angeles here:

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

FIRST WEEK IN LA

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My first week in the city where many of the major tourist attractions were covered:

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

MUSEUMS

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I went to many of the museums the city has to offer:

The LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)

The La Brea Tar Pits

The Natural History Museum

The Museum of Jurassic Technology

The Huntington Library (The best museum I’ve been to so far)

The Petersen Automotive Museum

NEIGHBORHOODS

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So many neighborhoods in one city:

Chinatown

Downtown/Broadway

Koreatown

Redondo Beach

Little Tokyo

BEACHES

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So many beaches:

Venice

Santa Monica

Manhattan Beach

Pacific Coast Highway

ATTRACTIONS

IMG_2015If you don’t like museums then LA has other places/locales to visit:

Randy’s Donuts

The Orange County Fair

In-N-Out Burger

Grand Central Market

Sony Pictures

The Coliseum

Meltdown Comics/Nerdmelt

The Grove

ROAD TRIPS

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Just because I live in LA doesn’t mean there isn’t more to do in this area:

Salvation Mountain

Slab City

San Diego Chargers

Las Vegas (Part 1)

Las Vegas (Part 2)

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And that’s it! I just want to thank EVERYONE who has come visited this blog for the past year. You all have been very supportive with my journey in Los Angeles and I just can’t thank you enough. This blog might be going through changes as we go on but the memories I’ve shared will never go away. Keep on reading, and checking the tabs above for more journey’s I’ve made, and being the best fans around.

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