We arrived back in LA Wednesday evening in time to pack a picnic and head to the Hollywood Bowl to see the George Benson Inspiration Tour - A Tribute to Nat King Cole with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Dianne Reeves. It was a gorgeous concert in an amazing setting. We topped off our evening at Chateau Marmont with tasty cocktails and unsuccessful celebrity spotting.
Our last day was spent in LA at the Getty. We had initially planned on stuffing in so very many things - coffee at Intelligentsia, a swim in Santa Monica, a drink at the Drawing Room - but when it came down to it, the Getty was just too amazing to leave. So instead, we had a leisurely coffee on the main level, toured the east and west buildings before getting a little lunch before viewing the north and south. We spent the majority of the afternoon in the garden soaking up the sun and the views of LA. I imagine if I lived in the city the Getty would become my go-to for a day off.
We met up with our friends and grabbed sushi at Sakura to cap off our lovely honeymoon and stay in LA. It was fitting that we said goodbye with the delicious fresh fish we've come to miss so much living landlocked in Montreal. Like I've said on repeat - I'm already planning our trip back and can't wait.