5 Days in Los Angeles- DAY 3

DAY 3- BEVERLY HILLS

On this day, we decided to glam it up and head to Beverly Hills. Now, if you're a fan of cars then you're in for a treat if you decide to go here! On every block you can find luxury vehicles ranging from Rolls Royce, to Ferraris, and Lamborghinis. 

There was lots of free parking on the surrounding side streets, which made it convenient to check out Beverly Hills. The first stop was Beverly Gardens Park where you can capture yourself in front of the Beverly Hills sign. Within the park are amazing artistic sculptures that are definitely worth a walk by.

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From the park, we headed to Rodeo Drive. Rodeo Drive is an upscale street consisting of many prestigious brands such as Valentino and Versace. We did not dare to even enter any of the stores knowing very well it was way over our price range. However, you do not need to shop to enjoy the amazing street. Parked in front of every other store is a luxury car, and you may even spot some celebrities shopping! (We did not, but we saw a couple filming for a documentary of some sort).

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As it started to rain on us, we decided to head back to our vehicle and drive to Westfield Century City Mall. This mall is a two level outdoor shopping center. We really came here to kill some time and possibly check out some of the stores. As we were walking along the first floor we came across a premiere for Love, Simon! We didn't stay long enough to see the main characters in the movie, but we did happen to catch a peak at some of their costars!

At the end of the day we decided to drive up into the hills of Beverly Hills. We snooped around all of the fancy homes like the tourists we are and happened to drive by Keanu Reeve's home! It was quite the view, not just the homes but the view from the hills down into the city.

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Day 3 came to an end and we continued to fall more in love with this state each day.

-Britt