Showing posts from November, 2017

Calabasas, Marilyn Monroe's Grave, Malibu & More! Los Angeles: August 2017

This post is a continuation of my recent trip to Los Angeles. To read about my experience at The Grammy Museum, click  here and to read about seeing The Hollywood Sign for the first time, click  here . Enjoy! The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library: Simi Valley, CA To start off our second day in California, we drove about an hour away from Los Angeles to Simi Valley to go to The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. The view from the property of the museum was so breathtaking and unlike anything I have ever seen before. I really wasn't expecting much from going there, since I don't know much about Ronald Reagan, but the view alone is worth going! The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library is the largest of the 13 dedicated presidential libraries in the U.S. and is full of memorabilia from his life. It also included items from Nancy Reagan's life, as well. Source: In one of the exhibits, there was a guest book of a White Ho

The Hollywood Sign, Hollywood Forever Cemetery & More! Los Angeles: August 2017

This post is a continuation of  the first day of my recent trip to Los read the first part where my family and I go to The Grammy Museum in Downtown LA click  here After we left the Grammy Museum we went to go pick up my dad's friend, Frank, who lives in North Hollywood. Everywhere he took us was a complete surprise and we had no idea where we were headed. Set of The Office The first place we went was the set of Dunder Mifflin on The Office, where both the interior and exterior shots were filmed for the entire series. It is just on a random dead end street and is really easy to miss if you don't know where to find it. There were a few more people that stopped to take a picture, but other than that no one was around. Bronson Canyon: The Batcave & The Hollywood Sign Next, Frank told us he we were going to see take a short hike on to take us to the Batcave, which is just a short hike up Bronson Canyon