Opened in the late '80's this museum is very interesting. The shape and colors of the exterior of the building are something worth looking at, but when you are inside you will be really captured by the collection that includes abstract expressionist period, pop art and so forth. The museum is also strong in photography.
conveniently located, you will see it from the freeway.
The Discovery Science Center is a organization dedicated to educating kids and adults to a better understanding of science, math and technology through exhibits and different programs. The museum also has a store with so much interesting stuff to buy.
Walmart has the best stuff for so little money. I buy dog and cat food and I save about 30% respect to other store. They have kids and adults clothes and a shoe department that always has something on sale or at convenient prices.
Target has a good selection of men's t-shirts, pants, jeans, shoes. The have a lot of things for kids at very convenient prices. You can spare quite a bit of money on the grocery if you shop here.
I was very satisfied with this company, they were helpful and friendly. The cars are good and clean. They also have better rates than other companies and they sell used cars too.
Cute little Inn I had a very plesant stay, the rooms were nicely decorated and clean. The front desk was very nice and indicated us the main attraction of the area like the Santa Ana zoo, the South Coast Plaza Mall, Crystal Cathedral , Anaheim Stadium.
Carls Jr, Del Taco, Denny's, IHOP and Irvine Ranch House Restaurant
facing one of the majors stretets this Days Inn is good if you want to rest after you drove all day. I didn't like it because it didn't seem to be taht clean and at night I noticed the area is filled with weird people. There is a 7-eleven store across the street if you need to buy something.
we liked it a lot, the collection of painting is great, a lot of European paintings. The garden is so neat in the back and the bookstore sells art book for cheaper prices than anywhere else in LA. The stock is superb with books on artists in the museum's collection.
If the Cookie Monster was living in LA he would go here. They have chewy, sweet cookies, made to a secret recipe that has a lot of devoted fans. They have other branches both in LA and nationwide.
This is the japanese version of a French patisserie, though it is located in a crowded strip mall. My favourite thing here is the green tea mousse cake (is a taste of heaven).