- 1California, USA38 reviews
So much to do in a small area -- you are in the heart of L.A. and yet you can stumble upon tree lined streets with fabulous buildings to fantasize living in one day. Great shopping along Melrose and Sunset and lots of really fun Gay clubs which celebrate like it's the 4th of July every day.
- 2California, USA61 reviews
It's been a fixture in Beverly Hills for a very long time. Used to be called “Via Rodeo” and hosts good restraints, fine boutiques and shops and the best Sushi restaurant outside of Osaka, Japan.
- 3California, USA11 reviews
Grinchmas at Universal Studios was a pretty cool installment. They had real snow too! Don't go if u don't wanna get beat up by your nieces with snowballs.
- 4California, USA506 reviews
This sun-filled strip mall is an American cultural Mecca. Sprawling and full of traffic, LA is hard to love but the weather is nice, the food scene is sophisticated, and there are great museums and shopping. Contrary to its image, this is not the place for a beach holiday. You definitely need a car.
- 5California, USA36 reviews
I have never lived in Pasadena, just drove thru it on my way to Santa Anita Park and to the Rose Bowl for a USC game. In older Pasadena the houses are huge, stately, gorgeous and beautifully maintained.
- 6California, USA143 reviews
Very nice and B E autiful ... We had fun tons to do and eat.. Cupcake shops are yummy.. The only hard thing was some of the homeless, we tried to hook them up with food.. I felt bad walking out of a high end restaurant with my beautiful wife and seaing that. Hmmm.. I don't know... Other then that ...
- 7California, USA50 reviews
What can I say. I prefer the other Venice--- you know the one that's sinking. Venice here -- is iconic but has been overrun by douchebaggery, drunken madness and ornery homeless people. Breathe in the smell of urine and regret. At least you're close to the ocean.
- 8California, USA16 reviews
Culver city is great, especially the downtown aspect of it. plenty of bars and places to eat at that are great and a variety of food
- 9California, USA14 reviews
Burbank has a nice little strip by the promenade that has some good restaurants that are pretty popular some good stores and so on. Good place to go every once and a whole.
- 10California, USA66 reviews
Pro: + Walking distance to majority of store and restaurant in Manhattan. + Pretty clean and not too crowded beach + City offer free meter parking in holiday season + Great view, can see the whole beach shore all the way to Redondo beach. + Has a Strand + You can see a lot of surfer even when is cold. ...
- 11California, USA12 reviews
great schools in this area.. good place to reside.
- 12California, USA7 reviews
- 13California, USA4 reviews
626 - best place to grow up.
- 14California, USA20 reviews
Largest small boat harbor in US. Rent boats, kayaks, bicycles. Many restaurants. From Fisherman's Village area take tour boat around the Marina. Check out Burton Chase Park on Mindanao. Beautiful views.
- 15California, USA4 reviews
Torrance is a hidden gem in Los Angeles' South Bay and a great way to maximize your travel dollar. Incredible weather, stunning beaches, great shopping, family friendly, quaint museums, picturesque scenery and very close to Southern California's major attractions. There are a wide range of hotel accommodations - from budget to deluxe, and within proximity to the gorgeous stretch of ...
- 16California, USA21 reviews
Beautiful and laid back Hermosa Beach is an awesome stretch of LA beach front community that has great surfing, paddleboarding, roller blading, and of course, people watching.
- 17California, USA7 reviews
Starting a new book
- 18California, USA42 reviews
a cool city with fantamaglorious natural adventures
- 19California, USA4 reviews
On the up and up, nice and peaceful without quite having that valley stench
- 20California, USA9 reviews
North Hollywood is fairly large, but the part of it near Univsersal City and Studio City is called NOHO. It's got a bike path, (along Chandler) with murals and landscaping. You can ride for three miles into Burbank. The metro comes here, so you can take that downtown or into Hollywood. It's got a little Arts District, with tons of ...