It's a relatively easy trip in the Bolt EV, and you have a couple of choices for which route you'd want to take. If you're going to LAX, Highway 99 might be the fastest route. Otherwise, you might enjoy Highway 101 more.
Taking Highway 101: If you're leaving San Jose with a full charge, just drive straight to San Luis Obispo (Marigold Center). You should arrive with at least 20% battery (as long as you're not maintaining sustained speeds >75 mph). A 45 minute stop there should give you the option of stopping again between Santa Barbara and Ventura (plenty of fast charger sites to choose from). Another 45 minutes in either Santa Barbara or Ventura would get you into LA. Personally, I would recommend charging up as much as you can outside of Los Angeles County as there are far too many short-range EVs in LA that rely almost exclusively on the public charging infrastructure. It can be really difficult to charge up there.
Taking Highway 99: Just head down Highway 101, cross over at Highway 152, and then down Highway 99. Personally, I would recommend the Selma stop (Holiday Inn, Spike & Rail Restaurant), but that might be the farthest you can go before stopping. Visalia is out of the way, and Delano is a bit too far. Either way, 45 minutes to an hour in Selma should be more than enough to get you to Bakersfield. There's not much at the Kern Federal Credit Union site (it's only one 50 kW ChargePoint), but it's the cheapest charger to use. Otherwise, you can got to the EVgo site at Walmart on Panama Lane (they have a lot of stores on site, but the two chargers can be crowded). You'll want to charge up to ~65% in Bakersfield before heading over the Tehachapi Mountains, and again, I'd recommend charging up in Santa Clarita before heading into LA because charging in the city can be difficult.