A weekend trip to Los Angeles
Learning about the scientology e-meter
Kenny likes feeling daddy's hair
The Getty Center
Kenny doing a crab walk
Oil well at Signal Hill
On our way to the hotel from the airport, we were stuck in a traffic jam caused by this fire.
Our hotel - the Le Parc suite hotel. It was ok, not remarkable.
A mutated daylilly
Houses in Beverly Hills
Loved these trees on Rodeo Drive
This shop on Rodeo Drive had an underground display. It felt very strange to step on the glass
Trimmed horsetails were a big component of landscaping in LA
A toney side street of Rodeo Drive
Along Mulholland Drive
The next morning we went first to Hollywood, which was quite seedy looking. I had no idea LA had a subway system
The walk of stars. I felt gyped - many of the same movie stars have more than one actual star. Seems like having more than one grave for a person - not quite right.
A sampling of some of the hand and footprints in front of the Chinese Theater
There was a Scientology exhibition that we stumbled across. A large part of the exhibition was taken up by the life of L. Ron Hubbard, and what a cool guy he was.
The "Clear". This is what Scientologists say we should aspire to
Doing the Scientology "electropsychometer".
At the end, the woman asked Eric if he'd like any materials. He said "sure", thinking he'd get a free book to look at on the plane. When it turned out they wanted to charge for it, we declined.
© 2013 Eric Vasilik