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LACMA & La Brea Tar PitsSunday, February 22 Wilshire Boulevard
HERE'S WHAT I WORE...
There are so so many things and places so see in LA, I'm already starting to feel a little bit of FOMO. Today we stopped by Wilshire Blvd which is a really nice area here in LA, famous for the skyscrapers located all along the boulevard. Here we visited a stretch between Fairfax and Highland Avenues which is known as Miracle Mile and is a home to many of the largest museums of Los Angeles. I especially loved the Urban Light installation right at the entrance of LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art), which consists of 202 restored street lamps from the 1920s and 1930s. I will definitely come back here at the night time!
Right next to LACMA there's La Brea Tar Pits. Tar pits are composed of heavy oil fractions called asphaltum, which seeped from the earth as oil. From time to time asphalt would from to a thick trap for animals, hereafter fossils have been found of mamooths, dire wolves, bears, sloths and even a human from 10,000 years ago!