March 2022 Through The Lenses

Already too late for this monthly post. Due to the celebration of National Park Week, the focus was more on the memories of the parks we visited. The total book read count was three in March, reviews of which we already posted earlier this month.

We spent almost half a month traveling in Los Angeles. We covered Venice canals and Beach, Santa Monica Beach, Universal Studio, Hollywood Walk of Fame, Griffith Observatory, and the Museum of Illusions. March 4th was our anniversary, and we celebrated it with both the sisters at Cast & Plow, Marina Del Rey. The location, ambiance, and food were really great, and they had plenty of delicious vegetarian options(Not just salads).

We also watched the boring “The Batman” movie in the famous Chinese Theater. The virtual reality game at ANVIO, Hollywood, was our first ever VR, and it was exciting, thrilling, and entertaining(If you haven’t tried it yet, please do).

During our return to Omaha, we halted in Hilldale, UT, for the hike to the Narrows in Zion National Park. Another exciting hike was the Hollywood sign trail in LA which was moderate.

Highlights of the month:-

There were 100s of pictures, and it was tough to select the best from them. Below are some photos from our trip.

We would love to know your favorite picture and the reason behind it. Please leave the comments.

Happy Reading! Keep Traveling !!!

5 thoughts on “March 2022 Through The Lenses

    1. Yes, we were there for a month. Griffith Park is excellent; the observatory, exhibits, and Hollywood sign visible from there; everything is fantastic. We were there in the evening and saw the sunset too. The parking was a big problem, though. So anyone from your family still lives there?

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    1. We hiked that Hollywood sign trail. That area is beautiful. My younger sister lives in Vancouver; we will visit her soon. I will let you know; we can grab a coffee 😊.

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