Last weekend, I learned what Katy Perry meant when she sang “Last Friday Night.” But I didn’t party. Ew, I don’t like partying that much, to be honest. I just went to…
I really like Southern California.
Friday, I went to Warner Bros studio in Burbank, with friends. I saw One Direction perform on the Ellen Degeneres show. Whoa! I love One Direction. Perhaps I will be on the television, dancing to the music that Ellen opens her show with.
Afterward, my friend’s dad drove us around the LA area, which I’m quite familiar with. He works in some part of the entertainment industry, so he took us into his work building—very fancy—and we got to go to the roof of it—very high up—and we got to see a great view of Hollywood and the LA skyline—very pretty.
On Saturday, nostalgic of the amazingness of the LA area, I decided to take a solo trip to make a return. Honestly, what drove me to do that was the chance of spotting One Direction on the streets of LA… that didn’t happen. But I did see this.
After walking aimlessly through Hollywood amid a bunch of tourists, I decided I’d watch a movie, because #yolo. Skyfall had just come out the day before, and I love myself a good movie. I left Hollywood and headed to Universal City.
Once there, I made my way to Universal Citywalk, got in line for the movie, and saw it. It was great. There’s nothing like watching a good movie among a crowd of strangers in the movie theater.
By then, it was dark outside, and Citywalk is very pretty at night, with lights and everything. I got dinner.
Here is how pretty it is.
Really, though, I need a new camera.
At any rate, as I took my leave to catch my train home, I made sure to capture some iconic things.
Last Friday and Saturday night, do it all again