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Got Kilig Over Bea Alonzo and Dominic Roque’s California Vlog? Here’s a List of Places They Visited During the Road Trip

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by | August 18, 2021


From Bea Alonzo and Dominic Roque’s kilig-worthy moments to the places they explored, you’re not alone in saying “sana all” after the actress shared the first part of their California road trip on her YouTube channel. While we wait for travel to go back to normal, the couple let us travel from our homes through their lens and we can’t get enough of it. Want to go on a road trip across California too someday? Here’s a list of all the places they went to that you can add to your future travel bucket list:

 

Griffith Observatory

 

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Nestled on the south slope of Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park, it’s not a trip to LA without visiting the Griffith Observatory. The popular tourist destination will give you a sweeping view of the Los Angeles Basin, a close view of the iconic Hollywood Sign, and an extensive array of space and science-related displays. It’s also one of the filming locations of the award-winning movie La La Land, so be prepared to pose like Emma Watson and Ryan Gosling! Go here to watch the sunset and get a breath-taking view of the sparkling city. P.S. The entrance has always been free since its opening in 1935.

Location: 2800 E Observatory Rf, Los Angeles, CA

 

Guerrilla Tacos

Boasting vibrant murals and neon lights, Guerrilla Tacos will hit the spot if you want some authentic Mexican food. In case you want to know what the couple had, they had a meal full of carbs, as Bea said: brisket, beans, rice, and beer. Guerrilla Tacos has a lunch and dinner menu (with a variety of cocktails!), which you can check out on their website. They also have a sister restaurant for some coffee and burritos, Cafecito.

Location: 2000 E 7th St, Los Angeles, CA

 

The Kickin’ Crab

In the mood for seafood? The Kickin’ Crab serves the freshest Cajun seafood packed with sweet, spicy, and tangy flavors. Wearing their bibs and gloves, the couple had Cajun fries and the No. 3 Combo, which has a combination of king crab legs, clams, crawfish, shrimp, corn, and chorizo. Be ready to dine with your hands and crack some shellfish!

Location: 6122 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

 

Santa Monica Pier

You’ve probably seen the iconic Santa Monica Pier in many Hollywood movies, and it’s a true treat if you’re looking for a spot for games and a gorgeous ocean backdrop for your photos. The pier is the home of a small amusement park, viewing decks, and various concession stands.

Location: Santa Monica, California

 

SUGARFISH

SUGARFISH by Sushi Nozawa is a popular spot for traditional-based quality sushi and sashimi. Chef Nozawa, the owner, has 50 years of training and experience with master chefs in Tokyo. The restaurant is the Santa Monica area, which you can add to your itinerary when visiting the pier. Bea’s meal of choice: anago or eel.

Location: 6115 Sunset Blvd #170, Los Angeles, CA

 

Malibu

 

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Known for its beaches and celebrity homes, driving by Malibu will give you the best views of the pacific. No wonder why Bea and Dominic just had to stop and soak in the view by the highway.

 

Solvang Brewing Co.

Nestled in Santa Ynez Valley in southern California, Solvang is a quaint town that would transport you to Denmark without flying. As Bea said, while Copenhagen remains closed, this is the closest they’ll get to visit the European country. They visited Solvang Brewing Co. where they had beer and schnitzel. If you’re looking into sampling authentic Danish ales, the restaurant is a must-visit.

Location: 1547 Mission Dr. Solvang, California

 

Mortensen’s Danish Bakery

 

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Before heading back to the road, Bea and Dominic also dropped by Mortensen’s Bakery for some coffee and traditional European pastries.

Location: 1588 Mission Dr. Solvang, California

 

Bixby Creek Bridge

 

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Though they haven’t found the real Bixby Creek Bridge in the travel vlog yet, one of their last stops before heading to Big Sur, California is the iconic bridge. It’s one of California’s most photographed bridges due to its design and picturesque location. If we were Bea, we’d 100% open the sunroof too to get a better view of the highway!

Location: Big Sur, Monterey County

 

We’re keeping our eyes peeled for part two of the California road trip too! While you wait, you can follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube for travel guides and news.

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When she's not writing, Ina is busy collecting stationery, making very specific playlists, listening to a podcast, or thinking of her next meal.

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