I think traveling is the best way to spend money. I love to shoot photographs without the camera just to store beautiful moment on my mind.
This last post of my personal City Guide of Los Angeles [see the pacific area here and downtown here] is dedicated to the most fashionable part of LA: Beverly Hills and West Hollywood! Be aware: you don’t need to spend all of your money here! Save them for your next trip! 🙂
Start your day at LACMA Museum have fun with the spaghetti installation and eat something at Ray’s and Stark Bar. We’ve been there the first time we went to LA and I still remember that lunch!
The first time in Duff’s CakeMix I felt like Laura in wonderland. I mean cakes everywhere, kids learning how to make a delicious and good-looking cakes, and the lemon-poppy-seed-cake… do you remember it? I do! They are in Melrose Ave X SWEETer Ave. Seriously!
On Melrose Ave there’s another place where you have to stop by: Johnny Cupcakes. Search it on foursquare and you will go through some comments complaining no cupcakes are in the store. In fact, this is a t-shirt bakery. Check it out!
There you are! Rodeo Drive is just around the corner of the Beverly Gardens Park where you can enjoy this installation by Yayoi Kusama, Hymn of Life. You are in LA, art is everywhere!
Rodeo Drive tips. I avoided high fashion brand so this is my selection:
Home, props, kitchen and tableware
Crate and Barrel – Anthropologie [BHLDN is in the same store] – Marimekko [actually, I stop by every Marimekko store I encounter on my way].
After this Rodeo Drive tour you can have your reward at Sprinkles with a cupcake or an ice-cream. Very recommended.
Hope you enjoyed this City Guide as much as I enjoyed Los Angeles!
Let me know if you are planning some trip and where are you landing next!