LA Part II: Natural History Museum & Beach

Read LA Part IThe next day we decided to go the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and the California Science Center. It was a good experience to learn about so many species which are extinct now.
I wore my favorite flats to be as comfortable as I can for the walking we had to do!

Then post lunch, we went on a stroll – and guess where – Beverly Hills! The whole vibe of that area is so posh. We then came back to the hotel in the evening. Since the sun was still shining – we decided to quickly change in to something comfortable and head to the closest beach!
Santa Monica it was.. (which happened to be one of the most happening beach I have ever been to)! There was a local fair going on the beach. People were laughing, enjoying, dancing, partying, getting tatted, there was this giant wheel, a roller coaster and many other entertaining rides for kids and adults! Fun all around!

The sun kept setting and it started getting cold. We sat there for hours, watching the sea, chatting, making future plans, listening to the relaxing sound of night waves and before we knew it was already half past 10! That’s when we realized we did not even have our dinner! We all then rushed to our hotel before we died of hunger! (Don’t worry we reached just in time)!! 😉

Some pictures from the day –

Sweater: Tommy Hilfiger | Skirt: Thrifted (yes, can you believe it!) | Sandals: Payless(old) |Sunglasses: Aldo | Bag: Forever 21 (similar in blue) |Watch: Michael Kors
Maxi dress: Loft (Asos-similar; Loft-similar) | Denim Jacket: Gap | Red Tote: Tommy Hilfiger | Flip flops: Aeropostale | Hat: Burlington Coat Factory (similar)

Author: Ritika Sahni

Wife. Mother. Blogger. Coffee lover. Fitness Freak. People watcher. Beauty admirer. To sum up - I'm high on life..!

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