The Arcadia Online:
They say that Malibu is the happiest place on earth and it is not hard to see why. It was a perfect Sunday morning as I drove along the winding Pacific Coast Highway from Los Angeles to Malibu. The sun was beaming brightly in the sky, casting a golden glow on everything it touched. I tore past long stretches of golden sand; the azure ocean sparkled in the distance.
Suddenly, Geoffrey’s famous sign came into view and I pulled into the steep driveway. The drive was full of perfectly valet parked supercars, they gleamed in the sunshine like jewels; there was a pearly white Rolls Royce Ghost, an onyx Aston Martin Vanquish and a ruby red Lamborghini Aventador, its suicide doors erected in the sky, awaiting its owners return.
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