I wanted to eat something “LA”, and on our way back we found people setting up their trailer food stands. “Like, we could eat here, it will be cheap” I half joked.
“Yeah, these are actually set up for the art walk tonight, and their burgers are expensive.” He wasn’t joking at all. “In fact, these are pretty LA.”
So we started our evening here.
The art walk crowd lined up for their fatty burgers, hot dogs, nachos, and a handful of unhealthy fast foods.
Psy themed Korean food trailer
Our foods are done, $17 for two, not too bad but not cheap for a trailer food
By the time we were done with the food, most of the art walk was closed. We found this big building still open and people running upstairs. So we followed them and found ourselves in a queue right behind these people
They got an indoors art walk late night
The classical building with classical ceilings
Woman coated with body paint
artist hard at work.
People browsing through gallery for sale
Interesting wired art works
artist hard at work
Then we went to a bookshop right across the street, and were greeted by this woman statue at the door
the sculpture hanging above the staircase
The upstairs is a puzzled lined out with books, we were greeted with this….
Staircase covered with books
This building was originally served as a bank, and their old vault is still here
Most of the books here are sold for $1.00.
Books lined up by colors
Black, White, and Rainbow
Sounds very convincing….. but it’s National Lampoon.
Are you sure this door’s gonna work?
Jonovan staring at a little girl…
Floors covered with pennies
Looking at the bookshop from above.
Coming out from the bookshop, we found a couple pairs of wings on the street
The lotus floor next to the parking lot that changes color once in a while…
We heard loud music as we were going into our car, then we decided to join them instead.
The music came out from a small gallery next to the parking lot. Amid its heavy marijuana smoke we found many artworks containing interesting sexual fantasies from the artist, like this one.
I brought eggroll babies for Jonovan from China, after getting home we made them before going to sleep. Though they looked rather simple, it was quite a bit more work than both of us imagined.
I booked a train for San Diego the next morning, I never thought the train station could be this luxuriously-looking.
Old ticketing station that is now not being used. They got a few helpers to reorganize this area.
Waiting room, much better than the airport chairs, let alone the jam-packed Chinese train station waiting room.
My first train in USA – from LA to San Diego, a comfortable double decker that rolls along the west coast.