Honeymoon: LA

September 17, 2014 at 8:00 AM Leave a comment

Honeymoon: LA | Beauty and Blooms

Ian and I started our day by saying goodbye to Santa Barbra. Our plan was to eat lunch in Malibu and walk along the Santa Monica pier. However, in true road trip fashion our plans were thrown out the window and somehow we ended up in Beverly Hills. I had heard Milk served macaroon ice cream sandwiches and I was sold. I had to get my hands on one.

Honeymoon: LA | Beauty and Blooms

Honeymoon: LA | Beauty and Blooms

At the mention of ice cream, Ian was on board. By some miracle, we found parking and beat the Beverly Hills Dance Mom’s rush to the ice cream shop. (Seriously, the place was full of mom’s taking their daughters out for ice cream after dance practice.)

The ice cream sandwich did not disappoint and as we walked to the car we caught a glimpse of the Hollywood sign. Naturally, we wanted to get a better look and googled a look out point. Sneaky Google lead us to the parking ramp near Hollywood Blvd and we decided to just go with the flow. We got decent photos of the Hollywood sign and as a bonus walked down the Star studded road.

Honeymoon: LA | Beauty and Blooms

Honeymoon: LA | Beauty and Blooms

Honeymoon: LA | Beauty and Blooms

Ian and I ended the night reflecting over our unforgettable road trip. Each day brought new struggles and adventures – making it one of the most memorable trips of my life.

Thank you for coming along this journey with us!

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