Sunday Funday: Bond In Motion Car Museum Review

Bond…..James Bond. Shaken not Stirred. Could you imagine visiting a museum where you can see all of the main cars that were used for past James Bond 007 movies?! Well if you’re in Los Angeles, have no fear….the Petersen Automotive Museum has the largest official James Bond Vehicle Exhibit in the United States.

Dates: Now until October 30, 2022

Tickets: Adults Ages 18-62 $17, Children Ages 4-17 $12 and Seniors Ages 62+ $15

Times: Monday through Sunday 10am-5pm

Parking: Garage Parking First 30 minutes: Free Peterson Visitors (ticketed)-$17 Non-Peterson Visitor (Unticketed)-$21 or you could street park as well.

Upon walking in to the exhibit, there’s a movie board which has posters of every James Bond movie up to date including No Time to Die!

Aston Martin DB5 shown in: Goldfinger, Thunderball, GoldenEye, Tommorow Never Dies, Casino Royal, Skyfall and Spectre

Aston Martin DB5 1963/1964

Aston Martin DBS: Casino Royal and Quantum Of Solace

Aston Martin DB10: Spectre

Aston Martin V8: The Living Daylights

BMW Z8: The World Is Not Enough

BMW R 1200 C Cruiser: Tomorrow Never Dies

Bombardier Ski-Doo MX Z shown in Die Another Day. FYI, this was the ONLY vehicle where it was permitted to touch and sit in it. Considering I’ve never been on something like this, why the heck not?!

Me riding on the Bombardier Ski-Doo MX Z

Cagiva W16 600: GoldenEye

Cessna monoplane N54743: License To Kill

Ford Mustang Mach 1: Diamonds Are Forever

Jaguar XK8: Die Another Day I just love this color!

Mercury Cougar XR-7: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service–The first ever James Bond movie!

Tuk Tuk Taxi: Octapussy

News Quickies Youtube Review

Happy Wednesday loves!

How’s everyone’s Christmas shopping coming along?! We’re only a few days away from Christmas 2017!

I’m here trying out something new: reviews on Youtube channels. To kick off this idea, lets take a look at News Quickies.

Do you just ever get tired of watching the news and getting an overwhelming amount of information? So much that you don’t know what to listen to anymore?

Well, you’re in luck then! Stephanie Martinez a five-time Emmy nominee reporter based in Los Angeles and is the voice of News Quickies. Think News Quickies as a video version of theSkimm.

The best part is that you’ll know the latest news going on in the world in less than 90 seconds without having to turn on the TV.

Here’s a few ways of connecting with News Quickies:

Facebook

Instagram

Twitter

Patreon