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  • he just got out of the library.

  • Huntington Library Worth kind of known for here.

  • And it was amazing in there.

  • We've heard there for an hour and 1/2 high, where crystalline Kanye travel pockets were sisters to our half American and half Japanese.

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  • Post Videos weekly and would love Frida subscribe to our channel along on all of our adventures Way are at Huntington Gardens today in Pasadena and I have been here once before, not knowing what it waas and didn't realize how things places.

  • So I never even let's explore all of its own crystal.

  • I was in town.

  • I was like, We've got to go back and explore more of this garden because there was just more than the garden here.

  • Yeah, I know.

  • And I looked up a line a little bit and it is pretty humongous.

  • So much check out here.

  • There's museums, gardens, library, library, cafe, restaurants.

  • They have afternoon tea.

  • Here is well, you make reservations for, but we're not gonna do that.

  • Today we're gonna explore the ground on.

  • We're starting off with peace treaties and copy at a Red Car Cafe, which they opened up before the gardens open.

  • So you want to come here because the heart is open at 10 in the museum, but the cafe opened.

  • So if you want to get your early and chill before the garden, we'll been.

  • It's definitely a good idea.

  • It's really nice weather, especially today.

  • Yeah, it's order today, and you can also snag parking spot if you come early.

  • Which parking is free here, which is like music.

  • You have to pay for here also for admission stays weekend and holiday.

  • So it was $29.

  • But if you come on weekdays 25 I think so, Yeah, a little bit cheaper on that day.

  • And that's when I came.

  • I came during the week and actually made a reservation to go to the, uh, t afternoon tea in the Rose Garden.

  • Not knowing that I also had a pay admission to get in on top of paying for the T.

  • So just be aware that you want to come here just for the T you still have to pay the admission.

  • Speak.

  • Um, any has been ended up working out because And I discovered this fool you.

  • Guardo.

  • I just learned that these books are the original.

  • So this is the Canterbury Tales.

  • It was between 13.

  • 43.

  • 1400.

  • Look how well preserved it.

  • Really amazing stuff here way I was really concerned about What is that?

  • Yeah, a man like with it.

  • It's like tea.

  • Alice in Wonderland.

  • Just in case you didn't know how scholars weren't they demonstrate for you.

  • They did it at this table.

  • Take the time to gotta get moving.

  • So earlier, the lady was talking about back then they used actual paper.

  • They use parchment or vellum for this is how calfskin parchment feels.

  • It's pretty talk.

  • He feels very terrible.

  • Almost feels homes.

  • Very smooth, too.

  • Goatskin parchment, though.

  • That feels super tough.

  • But I could see why those books were preserved.

  • Really?

  • Ball, We just got out of the library.

  • Huntington Library Worth kind of known for here.

  • And it was amazing in there.

  • We've heard there for an hour and 1/2 and we were thinking only spend maybe 30 minutes.

  • Yeah, I don't know why I downplayed it so much because the actual this whole place is called the Huntington.

  • So I should have known that the library is going racing again.

  • But I just didn't Yeah, I was pretty amazed at the the artifacts.

  • They haven't.

  • Yeah, his collection was amazing.

  • Artifact of a book collection because he has no for all his collections.

  • And he collect the things, like, you know, from manuscript map.

  • Yeah, letters like actual letters at Lincoln Rhodes.

  • No, the books from England.

  • Yeah.

  • So it dates back to, like, the 13th 14th century and, you know, and then it goes on to the 19 hundreds and he collects everything from London's history.

  • Teoh, Spain was in there.

  • There was also a lot of history on California and like Yosemite when it first started and when I first got preserved a lot of scholars till the States do Do you still come here?

  • A lot of rare books are still are here.

  • Here.

  • So that was a very interesting It's not huge, but it takes you a long time because eagle over each section is very interesting.

  • Like this lady here looks like a goddess outfit.

  • e doesn't even seem this guy, although it was very much into our collecting.

  • And I think from what I read descriptions, she's the one who kind of started it.

  • There she is, very unapproachable.

  • The's apple trees, pomegranates.

  • Oh, wow.

  • What calls up?

  • So there's American Art Museum.

  • We were just know which is right, which is located right next to the patio grill.

  • Right here is the, uh, European European Army then, which is also the home of the Huntington's.

  • It was winter way.

  • Don't realize that until we ask someone in there.

  • And it's a huge place.

  • Yeah.

  • Theo, this'll 1919 cafe.

  • I really like salt way, right?

  • Like every every quarter has something to look I know, uh, like you going something and every every step you take here.

  • Yeah, currently 4 15 And we still have not completed this garden.

  • Yeah, we've only been to two gardens and there's anything desert.

  • Pardon?

  • There's Australian Garden.

  • Chinese Japanese rose goes on, the more I think there's like a jungle one, I think, too, but yeah, kids start in.

  • Yeah, there's just so many to check out, and I think we're only gonna get to Dio maybe four.

  • Yeah, because yeah, we check out the museum.

  • Yes.

  • You come here.

  • You really need a plan.

  • Well, we have to take a lot of photos too.

  • So I think that but I spent more time in the museum.

  • Such a big area to cover.

  • Knew a lot of walking in between.

  • Like garden, right Takes quite a bit of a swell.

  • So wear comfortable shoes like, yeah, for candy.

  • And I have, like, really flat shoes with milk cushioning.

  • And it's really starting to get to me now, too.

  • So we're good shoes.

  • Another garden thing is the Rose Garden.

  • But I still have full bloom.

  • Yeah.

  • I don't know when Rose Bloom season is actually either have to look it up.

  • No, you when it comes to flower.

  • But I know the website, Like, tells you what?

  • What's blooming in what season.

  • So if you live in the area, it's great, But if you're visiting, you kind of have no choice.

  • So I actually get to see a variety of um yeah, there is a lot different roses way have made it to the desert garden.

  • I do Love cac tie you to I never liked it like I never really not liked it, but I never really thought much of it until I moved to California.

  • And everyone's to decorate like decorations with cacti in the living room.

  • Nice.

  • No, it's a lot of yards.

he just got out of the library.

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カリフォルニアのハンティントン図書館、美術館、植物園 (The Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens in California)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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