Cinema Suites

925 S. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, California, 90036, United States
Cinema Suites Bed & Breakfast
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Poor
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  • Families71
  • Couples65
  • Solo71
  • Business73

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re dropping car or driving to airport.

by sylv2

Thanks for the information. I should have been a bit clearer. We are picking the car up in SF and dropping in LA so can choose a different location. I was concerned about traffic at the time of day we would be heading to the airport ie around 5pm. Is it easy to get from the beaches to the airport? I understand the distance is not great. 15-20 minutes normally? So much has been written about LA and its traffic jams!
Thanks

Re: re dropping car or driving to airport.

by Odinnthor

The advise you received before is still valid. Drop the car off at the airport, which is only a short distance from Manhattan Beach. Even with traffic you will be fine. You don't have to take the freeway even, but if you do, you enter on Rosecrans Avenue and exit on Century Blvd, - a matter of three of four short exits inbetween. Have a blast....d:o)

Re: re dropping car or driving to airport.

by Jamesr3939

Your car or cab if there is a traffic jam you are still in it. My advice in LA traffic is to have a good surface street map and have at least one alternate route in case your main route is blocked.

Re: re dropping car or driving to airport.

by sylv2

Thanks guys- airport it is... and i should stop fussing.. it will all work out! :)

Re: re dropping car or driving to airport.

by Agraichen

Most of what has been written about LA traffic is actually understated until you live in it. Just a trip around LAX, if you miss the rental car turn can be a 15-30 minute trip; on the other hand it can be 5 minutes on a good day. I've experienced both and there's no real planning for it other than flying in the middle of the night.

Although most of the rental car companies run very frequent shuttles (you wonder where the costs of renting go??) it can still take time to process the return get to the terminal, board the bus and then get to the air terminal.

Keep all that in mind.

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What to do in Downtown L.A.

by Buzzcoffee

Great websites for places to go in downtown L.A. with walking maps.

Downtown Map
http://www.experiencela.com/GA_Downtown.htm#top1

1. Civic Center (Cathedral, Music Center, Disney Hall, MOCA & Plaza, Bunker Steps, Library, Jewelry District)
http://www.experiencela.com/MA_Downtown2.htm#top1

2. Union Station/Olivera St. (across from Union Station)
http://www.experiencela.com/MA_Elpueblo.htm#top1

3. Chinatown (near Olivera St.)
http://www.experiencela.com/MA_Chinatown.htm#top1

4. Little Tokyo
http://www.experiencela.com/MA_Littletokyo.htm#top1

Hiking along the beach

by freespirit13

While I was in LA, I went hiking on the rocks overlooking the beach for about 5 hours. It was awesome. The thrill of jumping, reaching or climbing from rock to rock combined with the crashing waves below made for a great day. I would like to mention that this was actually north of LA, closer to the Camarillo outlets and Zuma beach. We took this winding highway (the 21, I think) and just parked the car and walked down to the rocks.

Hollywood

by vigi

First thing arriving L.A. was... shopping! We stopped over in Citadell Factory Outlet for an hour, then go directly to HOLLYWOOD!!! This city is really exiciting! So much different from San Francisco and San Diego, so happening!

Movie Star Coming...

by vigi

Finally, back to Hollywood Bldv., and looks like they have a big "First-night" movie show here at Chinese Theatre as they blocked the theatre entrance and rolled out the red carpets. Many fans were sitting on the streets, waiting for their idols.

Adding to the jeans and t-shirt...

by proberts9999

In the summer, a nice pair of leather flip-flops with your jeans will blend you in nicely. Make sure your jeans are long enough to drag the ground a little at your heal. Don't wear "Wrangler" jeans, they may still be illegal. Cargo shorts will also work with your t-shirt, which shouldn't mention anything associated with Los Angeles except for Universities. If you want to wear something to tell people what your favorite movie or TV show is, get a fleece or windbreaker. They look like crew jackets and people will think you work on the show.

Suits are pretty uncommon for business meetings, but you can always ask someone's assistant what people wear to their office. I've been in a studio meeting where the most important guy was wearing pajama bottoms and no shirt. (No, it wasn't in Chatsworth.) If you're headed to an evening function, like a business dinner or opening, and will wear a suit, wear a colored shirt that matches your tie. If you wear a white shirt, people will assume you're the venue manager.

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