Big Little Lies Trip to California

As the second season of everyone’s favourite California drama, Big Little Lies, returns to our screens, we’ve highlighted some of the incredible Californian destinations that feature within the hit series. From Bonnie’s little Yoga studio to California’s big jaw-dropping coastlines, here is how you can have your very own Big Little Lies inspired road trip.
Visit the Old Fisherman’s Wharf in downtown Monterey. Located on the wharf is Paluca Trattoria the restaurant provided the inspiration for the set design of Blue Blues, the fictional café where the show’s stars gather for a coffee and a gossip.Whilst the series isn’t set outside of Monterey, much of the set can be found in other parts of California. Head further south and stumble across some more Big Little Lies hot-spots where you can get a sneak peek of Madeline and Ed Mackenzie’s (played by Reese Witherspoon and Adam Scott) home. Continue inland to Pasadena and take a peek at Jane Chapman’s (Shailene Woodley) house and the fictional ‘Monterey based’ cafes.
Price includes flights to San Francisco and returning from Los Angeles on British Airways, a car hire, two nights accommodation in Monterey at the Hilton Garden Inn, two nights accommodation in Malibu at the Malibu Country Inn and two nights accommodation in Pasadena at the Ramada by Wyndham based on 2 adults sharing. Subject to availability at the time of booking.
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Posted by: America As You Like It
Posted on: 28/08/2019

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