This is the third post I’ve made about yet another trip to the Getty Center. It’s such a beautiful place to be in; I’m actually thankful that I only started visiting it this year, or else the past two and a half years might have been rife with Getty Center posts. Check out my previous ones here and here.
Back to this time frame, Nam and I started our day searching for Le Pain Quotidien, under strong recommendations from Lilli. So there we were bright and early on a Saturday morning, ready to get down to breakfast business:
I got the french toast, and it had such a unique taste to it! I’m used to having a heavy egg flavour to my french toast, but this was more inclined towards the sweet; I suspect of the caramelised kind. Even the strawberries were sweet. The only draw for me was the inclusion of the mint leaves which contaminated parts of my toast with mint. I’m not too fond of mint.
The hot chocolate came in a little pitcher that you pour into a hot cup of milk. It reminded me of my time spent in Buenos Aires when I kept on ordering submarinos. =3
After that, we met up with Lilli and Ssen to visit the Getty Center. We didn’t know that it was Family Fest, with a Renaissance theme. It was our lucky day!
Here are a few more photos that were taken by Lilli, also a prime example of what I generally tend to freeze into when taking photos with people (i.e. I am the destroyer of pictures):
One of the pavilions had gorgeous artifacts. Jesca would have loved it in there: