Knights Inn Los Angeles

1255 W Temple Street, Los Angeles, California, 90026, United States
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New Year's Eve in LA

by nkhong

I have heard the NYE party scene in LA is pretty impressive and want to see how it is. I have been doing some research and found J Lounge to be pretty nice. They do a good package of $75 for dinner and countdown. Want a place that is happening and plays good hip/hop. Does anyone have any other suggestions. I am concerned about the traffic down in that area and trying to decide if driving or taxi would be a good idea.

Re: New Year's Eve in LA

by rkearns

i went to the century club years ago and it was hot. hopefully odinthor can give you some tips :)

Re: New Year's Eve in LA

by travelgourmet

Look for yourself and decide if one of the clubs fits your comfort level and price. It is true that LA has Hip hop New Year's Eve happenings. See website:

Re: New Year's Eve in LA

by nkhong

I decided on J lounge at the end. Managed to book a swish hotel for the night nearby. J lounge has a dinner and party special that I think was a good offer. Thanks for your advice and will let you know how the place is! Happy New Year!

Travel Tips for Los Angeles

Los Angeles State of Mind

by mingomatic

Los Angeles is a place of paradoxes. It's a place where you can list all the predictable cliches, yet many things have little or no continuity. The disturbing and beautiful are often one in the same. People so close to each other in proximity are so jaggedly different. Neighborhoods are disjointed in social class, interests, and architecture. There's no city center. LA exists as a pile of shard ends, not much different than the view through a kaleidoscope. Like a circus, oddities are abundant. Ridiculous stilted houses in the hills and large animals atop of restaurants have become a normal sight in contrast to things that are far stranger. Near the Prominade, a pimped out orange Bentley pulls up next to a hobo who is using the sidewalk curb as a pillow. In Downtown LA, a man in a suit on a cellphone lounges inside a shopping cart rolling down a busy parking lot as if laying in his own bed. The black smoke rises from a pile of burning clothes on the driveway of a house on Robertson, apparently due to a lover's quarrel.

Celeb fetishes either are forcefed or lulled. A woman who pulls up next to you and asks for directions to Sprinkles turns out to be in a HBO movie rerun you watch later that evening. The person asking you to excuse him while he brushes past you for the restroom at The Belmont is one of the cast members of a popular mid-90's sitcom you hated. Sometimes these people are familiar off the bat. Others, only recognizeable as an afterthought. Some people loath the tendencies of LA. Yet, when viewing a film shot in the location within a close radius of their home, they are once again romanced at the thought of being a resident.

To live here is like viewing a spinning carousel of snapshots. A fleeting glimpse of things that may or may not be there in the next go-around. The images are misleading. It's not that they lie. It's that they don't tell the full story. They offer the joy of illusion, hiding about as much as they reveal. These illusions are subconsciously accepted to avoid the blandness of ordinariness.

Mistakes are made. Lessons are learned. The difference between fog and smog are as confusing between make-believe and reality. Traffic in intertangled highway noodles, often purposeless valet parking attendants on an empty parking lot, growing lines of people by which a restaurant's quality is judged, and potential motions in the faultline beneath that can erase it all -somehow I love this place.

Venice Beach

by Cicero213

When it's warm, Venice beach is a must-see. on labor day (end of august), it's a total carnival- families, freaks, roller-babes and bodybuilders......great fun! One of the things I miss most when travelling is the Hollywood Farmer's Market. Forget about the touristy "Original Farmer's Market" on 3rd St and instead head to Sunset & Vine for the real deal on Sunday mornings.
Four city blocks filled with veggies, fruits, food, bread...and buskers who are actually talented. All with a view of the Hollywood Hills. Not to be missed on a warm December morning!

check out Universal Studios...

by Krystynn

check out Universal Studios Hollywood. That's me (in the middle) having a fantastic time here with my buddies.

It must have been a very small world because I literally bumped into all of them on board a Singapore Airlines flight en route to Los Angeles!! Guess who was the captain of that flight? Yes, none other than my American friend, Gerry (standing on extreme right in the pic).

Whilst we were on a 1-hour transit stopover in Tokyo, we bumped into yet another friend (the other lovely Japanese lady in the pic). Man, strange things do happen when you board a Singapore Airlines flight (currently the world's #1 airlines)..... ;-)

P.S. Please also surf to my 'HOLLYWOOD' travel page for an indepth look at what we did inside Universal Studios... ;-)) Of course, there are other equally interesting things to do in this part of town. Check them out? Thanks!

The happiest place on Earth

by meteorologist1

Disney's two great theme parks in California, Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure, offer fun for the whole family. This will undoubtedly be the happiest place on Earth for your kids! You won't be disappointed at all. There are many great rides and shows for all ages. Located in Anaheim, in Orange County, south of Los Angeles.

Seek out downtown Farmer's Market on Wednesdays

by marinarena

If you happen to be in downtown LA on a Wednesday and are hungry for lunch, a good bet would be to go on 5th street between the central library main entrance and the Bunker Hill area by the "Spanish steps". There you'll find the Farmer's Market booths. Have fresh fruit. nuts, cheeses, sweets, breads and a big variety of ethnic treats. Favorites are of the Mexican/Latin , Japanese and Thai. There's good ol' American grill options as well. Bring a fresh, hearty meal back to the office or, better, find a spot to eat al fresco (by the Spanish steps Bunker Hill suit well) I'd always go here for lunch break rom my downtown secretary job.


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Address: 1255 W Temple Street, Los Angeles, California, 90026, United States