We spent our last day in the states in LA. There are so many things going on in LA that you won’t get bored. There are great restaurants for foodies, interesting shops for fashion lovers, and museums for art aficionados.
By just simply walking around the streets, you’ll get to appreciate the architecture on the buildings.
We, of course, had to check out the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, or more popularly known as LACMA. LACMA houses thousands and thousands of works of art spanning from ancient times up to the present.
We had limited time so unfortunately we didn’t go inside. We ended up walking and hanging out in the vicinity.
There’s an exhibit displayed outside LACMA called Urban Light. Created by Chris Burden in the 70s, Urban Lights is composed of rows of vintage LA streetlamps.
It’s more stunning at nighttime because the whole place glows.
Next stop was Hollywood. Hollywood was less glamorous than I imagined it to be. The place is packed with tourists and it’s honestly a bit dirty. But hey, it was still a pleasurable experience because it was nice to see the Hollywood sign and get up close to the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
We also stopped by the TCL Chinese Theater near the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Most tourists come here to see the hand and foot imprints of hundreds of Hollywood personalities.
And lastly, another Hollywood icon is Pink’s Hotdogs. We made sure to include it in our itinerary. It’s a hotdog chain established in 1939 and serves mouthwatering hotdog sandwiches.
A month after visiting Pink’s, we found out it opened its first overseas branch in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
Well, this post is the last of my US series. I’m a bit nostalgic that it’s over but I’m looking forward to more adventures for #ValOnTheGo. 🙂