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  • Los Angeles
    Jaime Lehman
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    4 Jul 15, 2014

    Los Angeles was a destination in my youth - not a permanent stay, but not without dreaming. Karl the Fog and I had too many disputes about coverage, the lack of heat. Finally, unclenched from the misty, rolling hills of San Francisco, I moved down to Los Angeles. Technically, Santa Monica, which, when people ask where you live and you say LA, "Eww..oh Santa Monica? I love that place!" With frightening disparity can people go from being taken aback to joy by a 10 mile distance.

    Truly, though, LA is for everyone. It's for the arts, the crafts, the walks, the drives, the sights, the sounds, the smells, the tastes. Plus, you're near the beach...sorta. Depends on where you are. It's love, nonetheless. Each city has it's own little quirks and perfections; Silverlake is for hipster foodies, Beverly Hills for the phenomenal shopping, Santa Monica for it's laid back 'tude, Venice for the beautiful canals and the homes that line them. There are so many people to meet, to learn from - the opportunity is outstanding. The nightlife is diverse. There is literally, something for everyone. It's hard narrowing down to four recommendations for Tribes, so I've taken it down to these: adventure (just trying to drive during rush hour would be considered as such), art & design lovers (the entire place is one gorgeous monument to discovery), foodies (because let's be honest), and local culture (where the little cities freckled about thrive).

    Four stars because I could do without the smog...and all that traffic.

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  • Los Angeles
    Kervin Krause
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    5 Jun 16, 2014

    Greater LA is one of the most diverse places in the world - geographically, culturally, artistically, socially & more LA offers everything & anything you can find anywhere on Earth. You will need to look & travel to find many things but if it exists on Earth someone has it or is doing it in LA! As a tourist this extreme diversity & size of LA can be frusturating- to maximize your time you need to decide where you will stay & not waste too much time trying to see everything in one trip. Rough guides said it well, LA has the largest number of creative -artistic people, businesses & organizations ever assembled in one place in history! This creative frenzy & lack of history allows LA to contantly embrace change at a dizzying pace. LA has approximately 10 dense urban areas seperated by freeways or buses & increasingly light rail. Choose one of these hubs wisely & enjoy the local area-best hubs to minimize driving include santa monica, venice, hollywood, pasadena, downtown, long beach, culver city, north hollywood, and several areas between downtown & santa monica. EnJoy!

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  • Los Angeles
    Valerie Carlese
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    5 May 23, 2014

    Traffic is the worst. Beaches. Hiking. Food. If you're into architecture check out John Lautners houses in Southern California.

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    Harold Smith-Franzen (@smithfranzen)
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    3 Jun 19, 2014

    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.

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  • Los AngelesPro 2014
    Jason Flegel
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    4 May 26, 2014

    I have a fun time every time I come to this city, but the next morning, can't wait I get home. It must just be too much to handle for me! Love heading out in WeHo, though, and exiting the coast south of the city!

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  • Los AngelesPro 2014
    Sara Benson
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    5 Mar 28, 2014

    I love La La Land. No, really. I do. Only Northern Californians see a rivalry between SF and LA. Rise above the regionalism and learn to love LA's cosmopolitan attitude and global immigrant cultural mix as much as San Francisco's mosaic of neighborhoods and back-to-nature ethos. Downtown LA may be seedy, but it's also got vibrant arts and cultural scenes. Don't skip seeing the awesome museums of Mid-City like LACMA and the hilltop Getty Center in West LA. Hollywood is mostly a tourist trap, but with restored movie palaces and nightclubs worth taking time out for. And of course everyone inevitably ends up at the beach: posh Santa Monica, the historic end of Route 66; funky Venice, which birthed skater culture and its own arts scene; and the bodacious beaches of the South Bay.

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  • Los Angeles
    Danielle Herr
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    5 Mar 27, 2014

    You need to check out Guinness World of Records Exhibition, Hollywood Wax Museum, Universal CityWalk Hollywood, TCL Chinese Theatres, Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood Sign, Hollywood Walk of Fame

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  • Los AngelesPro 2014
    Susan Lee
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    4 Feb 19, 2014

    Great city with a good selection of foods from all cultures and fun beaches. Traffic is horrible though.

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  • Los Angeles
    Baris Y.
    5 Jul 11, 2014

    Los Angeles

    Loud, brash and glitzy, these are words long associated with the city of big money, big stars and big movies. LA is the kind of place where people mind their own business, where nobody wants to know yours. The city can be difficult to decode. But to those in the know, LA is best interpreted as a collection of satisfyingly small towns, each with its own distinct character. Getting to know LA as a visitor means exploring it bit by bit, neighbourhood by neighbourhood. Make sure you have a beachside lunch in Santa Monica, go shopping in Beverly Hills, visit the Getty Center and stroll the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but allow one day to explore each area. Starlit and moonstruck, LA beguiles scores of curious tourists, hopeful starlets and wannabe rock gods every day. But there's a lot more to it than the siren call of fame and fortune. It's a thriving, multilayered city filled with world-class everything: museums, music, food, architecture, gardens. Although often gridlocked by traffic, LA moves to a rhythm all of its own. A vortex of creative energy spawns a never-ending stream of movies, inventions and trends. Trees pop up overnight. The desert - for this is a desert - thrums with greenery. While the ocean and mountains, which should place LA up there with Rio and Cape Town, are invisible from many parts of the city, you can often see a hazy tangerine belt of smog from just about anywhere.

    For the newcomer, already driving a rental car the size of a double bed, with butter-smooth automatic transmission and a blue windscreen strip that makes the weather look permanently perfect, the shock can be profound. The European eye has to adjust itself to the horizontal - bungalows, strip malls, parking lots, low fast-food restaurants and wide boulevards - and falls gratefully upon anomalies such as the tall, neo-classical Regent Beverly Wilshire hotel, or the fabulous art deco city halls. Old stories of walking being illegal in LA are true only in spirit; the place is not built on a pedestrian scale and can be exhausting on foot. But parking is cheap and plentiful, the traffic is largely un-aggressive and, thanks to the low-rise buildings, you never feel trapped - there is always a visible landmark. Soon you find yourself doing what Angelenos do: driving from urban centre to urban centre by freeway, dumping your car (even valet parking isn't that expensive) and then walking. Gradually, the different cities begin to emerge as characters, along with amazing, unsung architecture, excellent museums and theme parks, more than 20 miles of Pacific beaches (full of Californians on bikes, skates and surfboards), funky hotels and, every so often, a touch of real glamour. I drove 700 miles in three weeks and never left the city. Or cities! There was too much to do. Someone said to me during this odyssey: "Los Angeles is not a lovable city, but it is fascinating." I think it could be lovable, too. Just give it time.

    Beverly Hills - LA incarnate

    It has celebrity mansions, a famous high school, maximum shopping and minimal culture. It's also a great base (between Santa Monica and downtown LA, an hour from Disneyland, 15 minutes from Hollywood). Look for the hills and you are facing north. Rodeo Drive, famous for the scene in Pretty Woman in which the Julia Roberts character is snubbed, milks its celebrity connections ("Julia's favourite spa" etc). On wheels North of Wilshire Boulevard the curving avenues are lined with ostentatious cars and houses, while to the south less pretentious bungalows romp from mock-Tudor to adobe. Swing by Beverly Hills High to spot future stars. On foot Park away from Rodeo Drive (where the limit is an hour). Stroll to Fendi-Gucci-Versace-land, where assistants are now nice to all shoppers, however poor they look. The roads flanking the Drive have more character, less glitter and real food.
    Nate'n'Al's on Beverly Drive, with a menu about 3ft long serves great steak, kosher bologna, smoked salmon and cream cheese and has feisty waitresses and bottomless coffee.

    Pasadena - old money, Old Masters

    Started life as a little piece of the Midwest, when rich "snowbirds" came to holiday in the mountains, and soon sprouted a Millionaire's Row and some superb art galleries. Its airy boulevards and period buildings, some of the most filmed in LA, are reached by the narrow Pasadena Freeway, 101, the first in California. It resisted developers' dollars and preserved successfully its old town, which now has more than 200 shops and bars.
    On wheels From the Norton Simon Museum (626 449 6840, www.nortonsimon.org) - cool interiors, lovely water gardens and excellent European & South Asian art collections - via Orange Grove Boulevard to the superb Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens (626 405 2100, www.huntington.org), where the treasures include the Ellesmere manuscript of The Canterbury Tales and Gainsborough's The Blue Boy.
    The Cheesecake Factory on E Colorado ( HYPERLINK "http://www.thecheesecakefactory.com" www.thecheesecakefactory.com) serves great cheesecake and a book-sized menu. Chill out at the 23-acre Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel & Spa (626 568 3900, www.ritzcarlton.com) if you like that old-money feel

    Hollywood - worth seeing at last?

    Traditionally one of the most disillusioning experiences on the planet. You looked at the concrete handprints, bought tacky souvenirs on Hollywood Boulevard and went home, feeling you had missed . . . what? What is Hollywood? The studios, except Paramount, are elsewhere. Celebrities live in any suburb but this one (Hollywood is not a city in its own right, it's a part of LA). Oscars Night is downtown. Until now, that is - for the new Hollywood & Highland complex (right) should bring back the pizzazz. Not only is it staging the Oscars, but it has cafes, bars, movie memorabilia and a shopping mall. Hollywood is putting on its top hat and brushing off its tails. Make sure you drive down Sunset Boulevard which high-kicks its way to the coast. At sunset, of course. Starline tours (1 800 959 3131, www.starlinetours.com) of celebrity homes, £21, are a great way to assess the local real estate. On foot Check out the classic movies schedule at the refurbished Egyptian Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard (www.egyptiantheatre.com). Red Line Tours (323 402 1074, www.redlinetours.com) arranges walks around downtown and historic Hollywood - the only way you can get inside some of the art deco buildings. You can have beautifully made cocktails in the lobby of the Roosevelt Hotel, home to the original Oscars.

    Santa Monica and Venice Beach - muscles, malls and movies

    Everyone loves the coast, especially the Westsiders who live there. Santa Monica used to be the playground for stir-crazy Angelenos out from the city, and for celebrities with "beach shacks" (such as the 54-room mansion belonging to Howard Hughes's girlfriend). These days it is a big city, headquarters to music and movie businesses. Executives and stars live in the foothills and canyons of the Santa Monica mountains. Farther south, it gets scruffier and livelier and turns into the famously laid-back city of Venice. Rent a bike from Blazing Saddles on the pier (310 393 9778), £1.50 an hour, £20 a day, and ride from Malibu to Palos Verdes via Venice & Muscle Beach (where the beautiful bodies flex). On foot For high-street shopping, buskers and watching the locals, visit the hugely successful pedestrian Third Street Promenade at the weekend. Stroll the Venice canals (now a sixth of their original size, but lined with artsy homes) Bergamot Station, 2525 Michigan (www.bergamotstation.com), combines the city's art museum and private galleries in the old Inter-Urban rail sheds. A great cafe and, in the summer, open-air movie screenings.

    Theme parks

    LA has five. From Beverly Hills, it's an hour's drive south-east to Disneyland and its new sister park, California Adventure. Fifteen minutes nearer is Knott's Berry Farm, an excellent all-rounder with some stonking rides. An hour away, on the other side of the San Fernando Valley, is Six Flags Magic Mountain, king of the white-knuckle parks and probably less suitable for children under 10. Universal Studios, 40 minutes' drive this side of the Valley, has no scary rides but all the magic of the movies. Good for all ages.

    Museums

    Getty Centre (310 440 7300, www.getty.edu). The billion-dollar art house perched above Brentwood offers good views. Admire them from the Getty Restaurant (closing time is 9pm on Fridays and Saturdays). The art - from manuscripts to European photography - is obviously worth a look; there are great Information Rooms for adults and children.

    Norton Simon Museum
    411 West Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena (00 1 626 449 6840; www.nortonsimon.org). This is the area's finest museum, founded by one of America's greatest collectors who amassed works by artists from Raphael, El Greco and Poussin to Rembrandt, Canaletto and Degas.

    Things to do

    LA GUN CLUB
    1375 East Sixth Street (00 1 213 612 0931). Currently one of the hippest things to do in LA is to visit the Gun Club, an indoor pistol-shooting range used by both the Los Angeles Police Department and members of the public, gangsters and all. Choose from over 100 different handguns and shoot at paper silhouettes of Mexican baddies.

    SKIING AND SURFING
    Los Angelinos boast that they can surf in the morning and ski in the afternoon. Rent surf boards at one of the many shops on the Pacific Highway in Malibu and splash around. The best skiing in California is found at Mammoth Mountain. It is a five-hour drive away, but worth it.

    Parks

    The Los Angeles basin, stretching from Downtown to the Pacific Ocean, viewed from Griffith Park.Griffith Park. This is the second largest park within a city in the whole country and is a great place for hikes, picnics or hanging around with friends. The hiking trails lead up to Mulholland Drive, and provide

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  • Los AngelesPro 2014
    Albert Qian
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    5 Sep 26, 2013

    The crazier side of Southern California as opposed to Orange County. Where OC is the innocent, LA is the one with street smarts, interests and a personality. Southern California cool, as they say on 94.7 The WAVE.

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  • Los Angeles
    Robert Tye
    4 Sep 26, 2013

    There are some nice parts of L.A. It's just a matter of finding them. Head for the beach cities that's where I've enjoyed myself the most.

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  • Los Angeles
    Tarina Peterson
    5 Oct 03, 2013

    Every trip I make to LA I try and take the time to see and do something different each time. I've absolutely loved it - there's so much variety. It's a big city and it's one where you can always find something to keep yourself entertained.

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    Becky Mahan
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    5 Jun 13, 2014

    Exciting, exhausting, stressful, overwhelming, rewarding, exhilarating, and overly stimulating, Los Angeles is a whirlwind megalopolis with more to do and see than visitors - or even locals - know what to do with. There are all walks of life here, with subcultures rampant enough to create a second planet. From the downtrodden and poor to the sickeningly rich, from eccentric promenades to glamorous beach resorts, from the nitty gritty high-rise downtown to the tranquil peace of mountain trails or beachside coves, Los Angeles has it all...and more.

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  • Los AngelesPro 2014
    Schel
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    3 Apr 12, 2014

    This goes out to all you haters. You know the folks that always chant BEAT LA or LA SUCKS. We know you just wish you could be like us. But you aint got chit going for you.

    We have a world class city with more to do than just about anywhere else period. During winter you can easily ski/snowboard and surf daily. You can literally pick just about any activity in the world and do it within LA or a reasonable drive of LA. Camping, Hiking, Rock Climbing, Surfing, Car Racing, Archery, Museums, illegal narcotics (some are even legal in LA, just not federally), drive by's, paintballing, Disneyland, Zoos, Aquariums, Deep Sea Fishing, river fishing, Dragonboat Racing, Skydiving, Dancing, Clubbing (yeah they are different).

    Let alone I think LA has more professional and collegiate championships than any other two cities just about put together. You have:

    Kings
    Dodgers
    USC Trojans
    Ucla bRuins
    Lakers
    Clippers
    Pepperdine
    Loyola Marymount
    Sparks (yeah I laughed too, but so what!)
    Galaxy

    And the list goes on. None the less LA is the center of the world. At least according to Hollywood, you know the place you dream of becoming an actor at someday and you get to practice lines such as, "would you like fries with that" while auditioning for that breakthrough role!

    Pro Tip: Come spend your $$$ here. We love it!

    Ohhhh don't forget we have all the great grub... especially our ghetto dogs errr street dogs... you know the bacon wrapped beef wieners with grilled peppers n onions on a roll that was cooked on some converted homeless dudes shopping cart with a cookie tray for a surface and is unlicensed... ohhh yeah you know you jealous since Wolfgang Puck loves the danger dogs too! Hell we are so awesome we don't have a Chinatown with that many Chinese, we have a whole valley with the best Chinese grub this side of the forgotten city... hell it was forgotten since Arcadia, Alhambra, Industry, etc are sooooo spectacular!

    Ohhhh and lets just Toss in OC for chits n grins and you start to see why LA isn't being arrogant, we are just better than you!

    So put that in your pipe and smoke it, dogg...

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  • Los Angeles
    Sharon K. Yapp
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    5 Jan 16, 2014

    LA...the land of movie stars, the Lakers, horrible traffic 24/7, smoggy weather, plastic surgery, and amazing food! I lived in LA for the last six years, and it has been great. Every part of the city has something interesting to see and do, whether it's high-end shopping in Rodeo Drive (well, Beverly Hills, but it's pretty much LA), a concert or basketball game in Downtown LA, seen-and-be-seen nightlife in Hollywood, or the chill beach scene just a little further west in Santa Monica or Venice. The people are incredibly diverse, from their ethnicity to their day jobs...LA doesn't lack any personality types. I love LA!

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    Mike Pistilli
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    5 Dec 21, 2013

    The fast paced lifestyle of LA living isn't for everyone; but for the nearly 4 million people who choose to live here, they would say there is no place better. From the hills, to the city, there is always something new and exciting to explore. The people in general are a little more laid back and care free than most other major cities aside from SF. The only downside which I think everyone will agree with is the traffic.

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    Adrian
    3 Jun 13, 2014

    It's LA, what to say. Whenever you think of America, this is probably one of the cities you think about. It represents modern America. While I don't think the city itself is that exciting, the surrounding areas are great!

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    Joseph Coureur
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    3 Jul 11, 2013

    I'm not a particular fan of Los Angeles (the actual city), mostly because I don't like driving, I certainly don't like parking, and I'm not a 9 to 5 sort of person. There is plenty to do in the surrounding cities, but LA proper often seems dead outside of business hours.

    I've been looking for LA's good things. Olvera Street and chasing the social media food trucks seem to be a lot of fun.

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    Pros Appliance
    5 Jun 04, 2013

    We are a local family owned appliance repair company providing the best home and commercial appliance repair services to Los Angeles and the surrounding areas.Our dedicated team of appliance repair technicians have the training and expertise to handle any problem you may have with your appliance. We offer same day service at no extra cost. Whether your appliance breaks down on the weekend, weekday, even on holidays our price is always the same. We provide free estimates with every repair.

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    Marion Armstrong
    5 Jun 30, 2014

    LA - fab, funky, big, bold, brave, bright, gently, easy, happy, exciting etc - go, go, go if you can :-) ox

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The name Los Angeles often evokes glamorous images of Hollywood stars and sunny beaches. Although you can definitely find plenty of sun, sand, and even the occasional celebrity, there is much more to LA than meets the eye. As the second biggest city in the United States, there is never a shortage of things to do in the many neighborhoods and smaller towns that make up LA County. Among the most ... read more
famous attractions are the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the many beaches along the oft-referenced Pacific Coast Highway, Beverly Hill’s Rodeo Drive (good for people watching if you’re an aspiring paparazzi), and the world-famous Hollywood Sign. Further afield, Universal Studios and Disneyland draw big crowds of locals and tourists alike. World-class restaurants and hotels are never far away, no matter what neighborhood you’re in. Downtown has seen a recent resurgence as a commercial area, although it offers little excitement for daytime visitors. The vibrant neighborhoods of Westwood, Santa Monica, West Hollywood and Pasadena remain hotspots for dining and nightlife. There is no “classic” LA cuisine – it is a city of endless choice. L.A. is renowned for its Mexican food and its sushi, while ethnic enclaves from Koreatown to Little Ethiopia offer fare from around the world. No matter when you visit LA, the weather, food, and people are sure to please!

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