The Getty Museum and Napoleon XVI

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The tram was white and very futuristic in design, and reminded me of Tomorrow Land at Disneyland because it was similar to some of the attractions featured there. The tram began its way up the unappealing hillside featuring California's natural vegetation, chaparral. Looking outside of the windows, I noticed a view of the 405 freeway, one of Los Angeles' treasures...
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Looking outside of the windows, I noticed a view of the 405 freeway, one of Los Angeles' treasures. The view of the freeway gave the impression that the journey would be an escape from the hectic life that most of us live. The principal architect, Richard Meier, chose to not allow visitors to drive up to the Getty so they could witness the gradual transformation of the dry uninhabited surrounding area, into his fabulous oasis that is the Getty Museum...
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