...West Coast travel...
Over the Thanksgiving Break, I visited the West Coast again, this time in Los Angeles. I went to visit Clara again who was interning there for a semester. It was a great experience to see L.A., but I am quite certain that I won't return. Everything is very commercial, artificial and plastic looking. There are no historical attractions and no culture, other a rather artificial one. One appeal of L.A. is the land. There are deserts, forests and beautiful beaches not too far away. The terrain has more variety in a few square miles than entire regions in the East enjoy. We saw the Mann Chinese Theater, which is the most historic structure there built circa 1930. Clara was doing a film internship and was able to sneak me onto the CBS and Fox lots to see sets of some prominenent television shows and movies.
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