E52***11From dusk til dawn, the Griffith Observatory is a staple for tourists and locals alike. You can hike the trails as early as the sun rises, or gaze into the lights of downtown LA at night. There is also a mini museum with free entrance at night. Definitely a must visit for first-timers in LA.
_AP***90honestly Disneyland is truly where a grown adult like myself can be a kid again. it’s such a fresh of breath air to see all of your childhood memories. the food there was delicious and would go there again. Favorite ride would be pirates of the Caribbean, it’s such a fun relaxing ride.
本杰明(3) Huntington Library can set off a huge wave in my mind, that is, it can completely overturn the inherent pattern of the library in the impression. In view of the large area, the beauty of the gardens, the beauty of the architecture, the essence of repairs, and the abundance of treasures, and it has been donated to the government, if it is named San Marino, Los Angeles County (County) Park... or bid for a certain fair, Not without proof. However, Los Angeles is Los Angeles, a metropolis that advocates individual values and freedom, a place that not only encourages independence and speciality, but also has the spirit of pioneering, integration, tolerance, and collaboration. After so many years, the library named after its founder Henry Huntington (1850—1927) (full name "Henry Edward Huntington Library, Art Gallery and Botanical Garden", referred to as "Huntington Library"), indeed Affordable to the wind and rain and the aesthetic scrutiny of groups and many individuals. The game of groups can be individuals or individuals. can expand the concept of the individual into a unique unit that corresponds to and forms a group. In my mind, I have experienced ebb and flow again and again; feathers, shells, five stars... mostly gravel. Before the new wave came and changed, our mode of thinking was sticking to the rules, just like the traces left by the previous wave on the beach, fragmented, gradually withered but stubborn. In fact, the unchanging is temporary, but the changes in the unchanging are eternal. The most unwilling to change, are often the most vulnerable to change. In 1912, the Japanese garden of the library was completed, including the moon bridge, koi pond, Japanese house, and bonsai collection. On February 23, 2008, the "Liufang Garden" of the library was officially opened, which is the largest Chinese garden in North America. This is the story that continues. However, the 6 million rare books and manuscripts in the library are mainly English and American literature and historical works. The foundation of the art museum in the library is the European art collection. The library displays many outdoor sculptures. This is history, the history of the founding, builders, ancestors and descendants of modern North America. Sculptures, outdoor sculptures, and others outside are art that has truly experienced time and wind and rain. The three-dimensionality of the Huntington Library is from the perspective of wind or spring. Then, carve romance behind the monument The water soaks the road surface softly Love walks over, not tired Just a trace, winding