It was May 11th we traveled down to southern California to visit our relatives. It was a surreal experience being in that old house near the beach. I have had good and not-so-good memories while living there as well as attending college at that time in my young life. My uncle was doing renovations however I was not in the mood or mindset to help out you know being in a greyhound bus for 11 hours kind of wore me out.
Our trip is 3 days long and I got some things to in LA like visiting the Getty Villa Museum. My mom and brother were catching up on the family that they have not seen in years. I finally got to see my nephew in person and he reminds me of my other nephew who has autism which is stressful times.
On the 13th I went to the Getty Villa Museum located on the Malibu coastline. Pedestrians are not allowed to walk up to the main building and so we had to take a shuttle as well as having our tickets scanned.
The museum is a visually beautiful place with foreign-themed water fountains and lush gardens. A museum fact Paul Getty purchased a home on 64 seaside acres in Malibu, California, which he filled with a growing art collection. … Getty began his plans to build a Roman-style villa on the Malibu site to serve as a museum. The ground was broken in 1970, and the new museum opened in 1974, becoming one of Los Angeles’ cultural landmarks.