If you are looking to get out and get some space someplace more exciting than the block surrounding your home during the coronavirus quarantine, you may feel you have no options.
We’ve said quite a bit about Marina del Rey on Totally-LA. After all it’s one of our favorite places.
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.
Anyone living in Los Angeles has been impacted by the homeless crisis. There is not one neighborhood you can drive through without seeing the tents and shopping carts of the unfortunate with no place to live.
California has the second highest cost for electricity in the nation. It’s second only to Massachusetts and almost double what it is in other states.
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.
Even if you don’t go inside the Petersen Automotive Museum, you’ll want to make it a point to at least drive by it.
If you want to find the best views of the Hollywood Bowl, the Griffith Park Observatory, the Hollywood Sign, downtown Los Angeles and the ocean all from the same spot,
Throughout Los Angeles is a network of thousands of staircases that were used in the day before the automobile to help get homeowners on the steep hills down to the Red Car Trolly Lines below.
When I first heard of the Escape Hotel, I thought it was an actual hotel… one with a rather morbid decor.