Or so it’s commonly thought. But we beg to differ. Los Angeles is quite a walkable city, and where we live, at the border of Los Angeles and Santa Monica, is particularly pedestrian-friendly.
This is the big blue bus that I take to work everyday.
Our local park, Stoner Park, with a baseball game in session.
The water playground in our local park, which I’ve never seen in use. We’ll have to find out how to get in this summer!
The Santa Monica recycling centre has a colourful mural describing the life cycle of our waste.
We hope you’ve enjoyed a tour of where we live. Below are links to the global tour, so check them out in the coming days!
D, P and F
Links to the worldwide neighbourhood tour:
June 25th – jojoebi-designs – Saitama, Japan
June 26th – akatsuki ra-ra-ra – California, USA
June 27th – little red farm – Sweden
June 28th – “Je veux une ‘tite soeur-fille” – Canary islands
June 29th – Knitty Lorn – East Devon, UK
June 30th – We Don’t Need No Education – Michigan, U.S.A
July 1st – Jeollanam-do Salad – South Korea
July 2nd – Merita’s Playground – Slovenia
July 3rd – kids, craft and chaos – Scotland, UK
July 4th – Zonnah’s Addictions – Washington State, USA
July 5th – Adventures of a Rainbow Mama – Australia
July 6th – Se7en – South Africa
July 7th – Talia’s Travel Web Log – New York, USA
July 8th – Monkey Magic – Japan
July 9th – The Pukeko Patch – Wellington, New Zealand
July 10th – Cami Daily – Berlin, Germany
July 11th – Crazy Cambridge mum – Cambridge, UK
July 12th – Schaeresteipapier – Switzerland
And I’ll leave you with some bonus shots of Los Angeles:
The runway at our local Santa Monica airport, with a view of Los Angeles.
And how Los Angeles looks from the Getty Museum, which we love to visit for its amazing photo exhibitions.