Los Angeles Haunted Hayride 2019 delivers an immersive world of ghosts, psychopathic clowns, vicious demons and Halloween juju at Griffith Park this October. Step inside, if you dare! Head to the city’s favorite greenspace for a bit of haunted hayride fun. Hosted in the Old Zoo in Griffith Park (otherwise a great place for bike […]
Written by David Jackson, Los Angeles In Motion reminds us to remember that the Journey is just as important as the destination. Los Angeles is a city of people, culture, and rich history. Movement and motion surround us everyday. Come along on a Journey to see Los Angeles In Motion.
Hollywood Walk Of Fame Get to Hollywood Boulevard first thing in the morning so you can find a park easier and beat the crowds. You will probably only need to spend an hour or two here. In and Out Burger Only 3 blocks down from Hollywood Boulevard on Sunset.
Pacific Coast Highway Stops From San Francisco to San Diego The Pacific Coast Highway is well known as one of the most scenic drives in the world. Starting from California’s northern border with Oregon and stretching all the way down to San Diego the route takes round ten hours to complete at a leisurely pace […]
Manhattan Beach is a classic southern California beach with volleyballs, surfers and sunbathers. The South Bay Bicycle Trail and a pedestrian only walkway run through the beach and is great place to jog and bike. Many dining and shopping options are available in nearby Downtown Manhattan Beach.
I FINALLY hiked to the back of the Hollywood sign. A massive hike and confusing experience, I wrote a step-by-step guide for directions to the hike and through the trail to the actual sign. There are multiple hikes to the Hollywood sign — this means that you can pick a route and accidentally take a different […]
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The Venice Canal Historic District is a district in the Venice section of Los Angeles, California. The district is noteworthy for its man-made canals built in 1905 by developer Abbot Kinney as part of his Venice of America plan.
California is the most populous state in the United States. It is also the third most extensive by area. Los Angeles, in Southern California, is the state’s most populous city and the country’s second largest after New York City.
Los Angeles looks incredible in this beautiful 12k resolution time lapse The City of Angels has never looked so good