Los Angeles – View of Hollywood Sign from Griffith Observatory, hiking in Runyon Canyon and walking the Walk

Hello Lovelies!

This is my last post about LA and one more vlog is one the way for you, I hope you will enjoy. I would like to share some activities with you which are perfect programs for active couples like us.

  • Griffith Observatory: In this beautiful building there are some space and science-related displays. As big space fans we loved it and of course, we bought some wallpapers about the space in the souvenir shop. Besides the displays, you have an excellent view of the Hollywood Sign and the Los Angeles Basin, including Downtown LA. You probably saw this view in most American movies and series, but in real life, it’s so incredible.
  • Runyon Canyon: It wasn’t enough for us to hike to the Observatory (because we found a parking place so far) but we decided to hike in Runyon Canyon which is a park in the city and so popular among celebrities. Okay.. so I thought it’s only a park where you can walk around and you have a nice view of the city. I was wrong… the weather was so hot and there are also pretty steep hills in this park… but we climbed up to it’s highest point, called Indian Rock, and the view of LA was a little bit foggy but breathtaking.

The next day we started the day in Alfred Coffee then we jump into the car to go to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Sadly the weather was rainy but we were fearless and we really used to it after London. For me, it was a little bit too touristic and crowded. We walked through the famous Hollywood Boulevard but I was a little bit disappointed because the streets were so dirty and there are too many souvenir shops. The stars on Falk of Fame were so cool I saw some of my favorite actors. In front of the Chinese Theatre, we saw some footprints, for example, the Harry Potter actors signatures and prints.

Our last destination was LACMA – Los Angeles County Museum of Art which is the largest art museum in the western United States. In lack of time, we looked around only outside, my favorite was the ‘Urban Light’  constant exhibition which consists of restored street lamps from the ’20s and ’30s. This is very popular among LA bloggers for taking nice photos. 🙂

 

 

 

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