Recently my work has sent me on quite a few work trips, so I figured I would share my travels with you! They sent me to Bakersfield, CA in October for a week, 2 Days in Bakersfield for a job fair 2 Days in Palmdale CA for work, and 1 Day in LA to fly home! Oh boy did i have a great time, one of my coworkers decided to ride with me and explore all it had to offer!
Holy cow is that the ocean? Yeah I had to stick my feet in the water just to say I was in the Pacific Ocean, and YES it was VERY COLD!
This is from driving down the pacific coast highway, isnt it so pretty?
This awesome restraunt is located in Malibu California, along the Pacific Coast highway, they had really great food. Rachel Ray had been here before and said to try their clam chowder, which was pretty fantastic!
These are the fish tacos from Neptunes Cove, it had this really awesome slaw on it!
This is our rental car, i think we put some where around 1,000 miles on it while we were there, and HOURS of driving all over southern California!
Beautiful Dam that is stuck in the mountains! Yes we stopped, like the typical tourist!
Just driving through the mountains, the real mountains... Texas doesn't have REAL mountains....
Many people may not understand this, but I am a product of the 90's, and let me tell you I loved this band, and well Bakersfield is the home of this band. Needless to say I had to find the only monument in this town dedicated to Korn...
This is an amazing hotel we had dinner at, it was built in the 20's.
The premier of Cloud Atlas was going on at the Theatre, and we had to wait to be able to walk up to the Theatre. My coworker actually saw Keano Reeves, which was pretty awesome!
Yes, that would be Marilyns hand prints for gentleman prefer blondes in front of Grunmans theatre... i had to....
This is my coworker and I, on our last night we drove to Long Beach to see the Queen Mary, which also happened to have a Haunted House going on at the same time!
Yes, scary lady, and after Long Beach we went home... back to Texas with no Ocean and No Mountains.... :(