We could live in Los Angeles. We really could. Because we travel fulltime we get to see all these amazing places and we often ask ourselves: would we be able to live here? The answer is almost always negative, except for L.A. It's difficult to explain, but the vibe you feel in L.A. is something you won't find anywhere else.
Sunsets under the famous Santa Monica pier. This was a quick 25 minute drive from Los Angeles airport and one of our favorite places we’ve ever had a romantic date! After strolling along the pier to get ice cream and riding the rides, we set up a picnic on the beach just in time to watch the pink sky light up.
The beaches of LA are the most popular in Santa monica. Every time you walk on the boardwalk to the beach, you can see tourists coming from all over the world, especially at the starting point of Route 66. The group of people is full of people.
If you like to join in the fun, you can come here, if you want to quietly and quietly at the seaside, choose Venice Beach or Huntington Beach in the south of LA.
Mushroom Jun's America's Wanderlust
Santa Monica Beach, the nearest beach to downtown Los Angeles and the end of Route 66.
When the car parked at Santa Monica Beach, the journey on Route 66 was finally over, the tourists were at the end of the car, and after crossing the bleak middle, I just wanted to enjoy the sunshine and sea breeze from California. . What is the ideal life? But on a sunny morning, with the lover holding hands on the bench on the boardwalk, relax and empty.
Santa Monica Beach is a popular seaside holiday retreat in Los Angeles. Boasting turquoise water and pristine sand beaches, this is a place teeming with waterfront restaurants, bars and shops, making it a site bustling with action both day and night. With magnificent seascape much adored by Hollywood film directors, this is where many movies and TV shows have been filmed. Santa Monica Beach sits at the end of Route 66, a road of great historic value that traverses across the US from east to west. As a cultural symbol, the signpost of Route 66 is a photo takers’ mecca.