Santa Monica Pier & Beach

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After going to the Studio Tours in Hollywood and Culver City, I went to get some rest in the beach. Going there is quite difficult without a car, but I still managed to get there in an almost 2 hours trip by bus. I first went to Venice Beach, some kind of an american Amsterdam: the weed smell everywhere, skaters, tatoo shops, and a cool young atmosphere. And something that I would see in the next days in every city: the homeless people (I’m gonna go deep in the subject in the next one). The idea was to start in Venice and walk to the north to Malibu and see the houses of those aerial shots of Two and a Half Men. But, as it happened before, my calculation on Google Maps were again wrong, so I just got to the Santa Monica Pear, a theme park on top of a wooden pier. A very classic place of Los Angeles. Known for the gang wars in the past, Venice beach is today part of every touristic agenda. Santa Monica, in the other side, was always a classic nice beach with Malibu hills in the horizon. Like Lima, Peru (the only city with a coast to the Pacific Ocean that I’ve met before), the coast of Los Angeles is also prepared against the tsunamis. I personally loved its windy beaches.

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