There are no intentions of touring LA just yet, since we’d be back towards the end of the trip. I had a nice workout at the gym this morning, followed by a really delightful buffet breakfast, which had a great fruit selection of strawberries, blueberries, grapefruit, oranges and the usual watermelon, honeydew and pineapple. Berries aren’t as expensive in this part of the world, so I was happy with the unlimited intake of antioxidants. No pictures because I didn’t bring my camera to the gym.
After that, I did a little shopping at Barneys New York at Beverley Hills and then we made our way to Vegas. Hopefully I get to go back to that street again to take some photos because that’s where Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Ave and Barneys stand side by side. I’m fascinated because my understanding of these places are pretty much limited to their online websites!
I love the way this hotel has got all these black and white photographs adorning the walls. So classic!
See if you recognise anyone?
And there's more...
Driving by Rodeo Drive, where all the brand boutiques have their own standalone shops.
The entire street is just lined with designer boutiques!
These are what homes along Beverley Hills look like!
The houses are so private and unique. I just love how these big trees line the road. Most part of LA seems a little dry but this area is so green and inviting!
I got myself some vintage eyeglasses.
Not that I really need to wear glasses, but I thought it was a different look. I love vintage tortoise-shell frames!
It was a 4 hour drive from LA to Las Vegas. The winds were pretty strong today!
We didn't manage to get to the dessert by sunset, otherwise, it would have been quite a beautiful sight!
En route to Vegas, we stopped by Barstow to have dinner at "IN N OUT"! This is the best burger place in the West Coast. Many people tried to bring it to Singapore but apparently they refused to sell the franchise anywhere else in the world. It's fully customisable cheese burgers, no fuss and very delicious!
After which, I had the Cold Stone Creamery. I know how familiar it sounds because Australia has Cold Rock Creamery which is brought in to Singapore but according to Bobby, Cold Stone was the original! And this I hold in my hand is cotton candy flavour. This is a small size by the way. I couldn't even finish the entire cup!