Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Sarah at Griffith Park overlooking the Griffith Observatory and the Los Angeles Basin

Sarah at the Getty Villa in Malibu. It's well worth a visit.

Herb Garden

Inside the Getty Museum

The East Garden

The magnificent outer peristyle at the Getty Villa

At the inner peristyle of the John Paul Getty Musuem

Some pretty flower

Sarah and I went to the Getty Villa earlier this week. It's a great place to visit. It's smaller than the Getty Center, but it's beautiful there. The Getty Villa focuses on Roman, Etruscan, and Greek artifacts while the Getty Center has more artwork from the European Renaissance period.

Saturday, November 25, 2006

Looking up at the L.A. Skyline at night

Figueroa by night

Figueroa by day

A little rainbow at the office building fountain

The Pantry Cafe, a very popular Los Angeles eatery on Figueroa.

Los Angeles Modern Art

Mikey loves watching cartoons.

At Sarah Hwang's wedding

Sarah Hwang's wedding

The Bride, Sarah Hwang

Sarah and her friends at Sarah Hwang's wedding.

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Sunday, November 12, 2006

Our 2nd Anniversary, November 6. We thank all our friends for their incredible support, love, and friendship. Our lives would suck without you.

Sarah at Island's restaurant in Agoura Hills

Mikey covered his mouth for a long time after coming back from the evil dentist's office of torture

Mikey after coming back from the dentist

The waterfall at the Solstice Canyon Trail. It's near Robert's House, which was built in 1950 and burned down in 1982. It's pretty much dried up now. I'm sure it will be a lot nicer after the winter rains.

Santa Monica mountains. It's a great hike with a nice view of the Pacific Ocean.

Sarah at the Santa Monica mountains. This is on top the Rising Sun Trail which is off the Solstice Canyon Trail. Exit off Corral Canyon in Malibu after driving up the Pacific Coast Highway. It's a nice trail that leads to a waterfall. Plus, you have the view of the ocean.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Sarah at the Santa Barbara Harbor

Sarah running across the rock boundary at the Harbor

Petrified dolphin

Santa Barbara marina

Sarah at Stearns Wharf

Stearns Wharf

Santa Barbara

Sarah in Santa Barbara

Sarah running on the beach

Sarah at the beach in Santa Barbara

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

I went to Solvang last week. It's just like traveling to Denmark. There should be more towns like this. They should make Koreatown look like traditional Korean buildings. That'd be cool.

At the Mission

Old Mission Santa Ines

Welcome to Solvang

Driving to Solvang

Hans Christian Anderson Park

Walking through Solvang

Windmills are cool.

Open plate Danish sandwich. Where's the bread? There's only a tiny little piece of Pumpernickel bread underneath each pile. It sounded good from the menu. I still ate it all though. It was okay.

Really, we just went there for the Danish pancakes, ebelskivers.

Chillin' in Solvang

Sarah in Solvang

Shopping in Solvang

Sarah and I went to Solvang and Santa Barbara to celebrate our 2nd Anniversary.