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Three Things to Do in Los Angeles with Groupon

This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine.

Los Angeles is the city of dreams for many. It is always sunny in Golden State of California; you will never run out of things to do in Los Angeles all-year round. With Groupon, you will enjoy visiting different places, attractions and restaurants that LA is proud of. Here are three of Groupon Things To Do in Los Angeles that you’ll surely enjoy and save up money.

  1. Musuem of Tolerance – Up to 50% Off

This museum bluntly defies prejudice and racism.  As you enter, you’re given a “passport” bearing the name of a child whose life was intensely changed by the Nazis; as you go through the exhibit, you learn the fate of that child. An exhibit called “Anne: The Life and Legacy of Anne Frank,” transports her story to life through immersive settings, multimedia presentations, and fascinating relics.

  1. Hollywood Tours – Up to 58% Off

Hollywood is the entertainment capital of LA, and we should never miss this in our list. In this tour, you will take a tram and it’ll take you behind the scenes of many TV series and movies produced in Hollywood.

  1. Whale Watching Boat Tour at LA Waterfront Cruises – Up to 51% Off

In LA Waterfront Cruises, you will relish the ocean breeze on your face and he refreshing scent of the sea. In addition to the big number of whales you will see rupturing the surface of the water and even perhaps jumping animatedly into the air, you’ll stare upon hundreds of dolphins and sea lions playing with each other and competing for your attention.

With Groupon, you can save up to half the usual expenses when you visit Los Angeles. This is a great way of saving money and having fun as well.

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Marginalia Vol. 1

An accumulation of things I’ve spared from the previous years to now:


— a postcard from India when a friend enjoyed a visit to a tea and spice plantation.


— Local Edition’s rewards card


— Caleruega, Philippines: a leaflet


— instant print from someone I really, really like <3


— tickets from the second movie that we watched (can’t find the first tickets: Finding Dory). I’m being cheesy ’cause I am keeping these. Lol

Have you been keeping some things? I haven’t really kept a lot, but these are the ones I have right now. I feel like I should keep important things for reminding myself of memories I might forget especially those that made me happy.