March ’15 in Review

march 2015 review recap

If you’ve been following the blog for a while, then you’d know that my big event this month was the spring break California road trip! All of the posts from this trip are listed below, as well as other shenanigans from the month of March.

First, I continued eating my way around St. Louis:

London Tea Room

Pastries Dessert London Tea Room St. Louis

Snapshots: Blueberry Hill

Wagyu Burger Blueberry Hill St. Louis

Then began the epic California road trip:

Gong Xi Fa Cai: Chinese New Year Parade/Chinatown

Chinese New Year Lion Parade San Francisco

First off, San Francisco’s Chinatown!

Down By the Bay: Wandering San Francisco’s Piers

Fisherman's Wharf San Francisco California

My Oh My What a Wonderful Day

Making the most out of our last day in SF!

The Most Scenic 17 Miles I’ve Ever Driven

Movin’ on to Monterey

A Charming Little Town: Carmel-by-the-Sea

Point Lobos State Natural Reserve

China Cove Point Lobos State Natural Reserve California

Some of the clearest, most beautiful, blue waters I’ve seen

Between Ocean and Mountains in Garrapata State Park

I. Loved. These. Mountains!

Diverse Landscapes in Andrew Molera State Park

Andrew Molera State Park California

Everything’s Bigger in Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park

Admiring McWay Falls in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park

McWay Falls in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park California

Sunrise and Sunset in Morro Bay

Morro Bay Sunset California

Our Roadside Pit Stops Along Highway 1

Walking Through Little Denmark in California: Solvang

Solvang California

Feelin’ the So-Cal Vibes in Sunny Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara California Sunrise on Beach

36 Hours in Los Angeles

Los Angeles City Lights at Night from Griffith Observatory

Griffith Observatory

Perfect Photo-Op: Colorful Murals in the LA Arts District

LA’s Little Tokyo

Little Tokyo Los Angeles California

Monthly media intake:

Books:

TV/Movies:

  • Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (OMG I love this show!! It makes me so happy)

Music:

Phewww, hope those were enough posts to keep you busy reading for a while! Now it’s time for me to finish the home stretch (4 more weeks of class, what?!) until I graduate. Thus, I’m trying to make the most of my time left in St. Louis. Any St. Louis locals have suggestions for what to eat/see/do?

Thanks for reading!

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Perfect Photo-Op: Colorful Murals in the LA Arts District

Blogging has been a really cool way for me to read people’s stories from all over the world, connect & exchange ideas with other bloggers, and learn a variety of useful tips. One of these tips was to visit the LA Arts District when in LA. Based on this neighborhood guide,

“Laden with street art, brick walls, bridges and mostly empty streets, the landscape of the neighborhood makes for the perfect photo shoot. Wander for ten minutes in any given direction and you’re bound to end up photo bombing someone’s ad campaign or Instagram.”

So of course I wanted to go take a look! Here’s what I saw:

LA California Arts District Graffiti Mural

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