Perhaps the most breathtaking views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Sign are from the Griffith Observatory, one of LA’s top landmarks.
When looking at the Los Angeles skyline from a distance, the tallest building in Los Angeles actually appears considerably shorter than it’s top competitors. And we do mean competitors.
Like Mamas and Papas sang in the song California Dreamin back in 1965, most of us have wished for the warm California sunshine on a cold winter day! Each year over 50 million tourists come to Los Angeles.
Back in 1901, Angels Flight was a godsend to the wealthy residents of Los Angeles that lived on Bunker Hill. The hike up Bunker Hill is anything but easy!
A picture is worth 1000 words and in this post we not going to tell you the reasons to vacation in LA, we’re going to show you the reasons.
Grand Central Market is taking center stage for Father’s Day for a few different reasons
The Los Angeles Bread Festival is back and while it happens the day before Father’s Day, it’s a great place to take dad to celebrate. After all, who does’t love great bread!
The Santee Alley is a popular retail shopping destination in the Los Angeles Fashion District. It’s known for its outdoor, festival like atmosphere and unbelievable bargains. It’s a popular shopping destination for Angelenos and LA tourist attraction.
Downtown Los Angeles has been experiencing a major revitalization over the years. It’s a hot spot of things to do an places to see when you’re visiting Los Angeles.
Summer is near and most of us are making travel and vacation plans. If Los Angeles is your vacation destination, here are some fun things to do while you are in the City of the Angels.