Saturday, October 5, 2013

Scenes from the West Coast

I am really late posting these pictures.  Back in July (way back in July) I visited the West Coast for work.  I traveled to San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas.  I only spent a day or two in each city but was able to do a little sight seeing.  

San Francisco

I had never been to San Francisco, so I was especially excited to go there.  I stayed in Union Square, right across from the gigantic Macy's Union Square.  (it's pretty incredible)  While there I took a double decker bus tour of the city.  As I had very limited time in San Francisco, it was a great way to see many of the sights the city has to offer.

Los Angeles

I had been to LA just once before.  It was about 15 years ago with my family so this was a completely new experience for me.  I decided to stay in Hollywood because it was close to where I needed to go for work and I thought I could do some touristy things in the small time off I had.  

The day I got there my flight came in really early and I had hours to kill before I could check in.  I decided to drop my bags off at the hotel and tour Hollywood.  There are lots of cheesy museums on Hollywood Blvd, so I got a 3 museum pass for The Guinness Book of World Record Museum, Ripley's Believe It or Not, and the Hollywood Wax Museum.  After touring the three, I still had time so I decided to do a bus tour that visited the Hollywood Hills, Mulholland Drive, Beverly Hills and other points of interest.

Las Vegas

I didn't spend as much time in Las Vegas.  I only passed through spending around 15 hours there; just enough time to do what I needed to do for work, get some sleep and head home. Since I had been traveling none stop for several days all I wanted to do was stay in my room, and with good reason.  It was a pretty sweet room. 

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