For our anniversary a few weeks ago, Matt and I decided to spend some time downtown, a part of Los Angeles we still don’t know that well and haven’t explored that much. We stayed at the beautiful Westin Bonaventure hotel, checked out some great exhibits at MOCA, and rode “the shortest railway in the world” at Angels Flight. The little train cars basically go up and down a pretty small hill. As far as transportation goes, not incredibly effective, but incredibly cute. And the view of the old buildings downtown was especially pretty with all the flowers and trees blooming in Angels Knoll park (which might look familiar to fans of 500 Days of Summer). I am a sucker for nostalgia, and the vintage rail car built in 1910 had that in spades. From the adorably retro souvenir tickets to the cool orange and black color scheme, I loved everything about Angels Flight. However, being the one to take the pictures meant it was kind of hard to be in them. There are a few handheld portraits of us, and a photo Matt took of me on my lovely new Diana Mini toy camera. All in all, it was a fun way to go back in time a little in a part of LA I don’t see very often, and a lovely way to spend an anniversary!