Ramada Limited Los Angeles Downtown

611 South West Lake Ave, Los Angeles, California, 90057, United States
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Solo female traveller in Los Angeles

by Emma_reading

Hi,

I'm 24 and going Traveling in november, in feb I end up in Los Angeles. I'm trying to look for a hostel to stay, i'm looking to meet lots of people and have fun,just wondered if there is anywhere that anybody can suggest for me to stay?

Thanks

Re: Solo female traveller in Los Angeles

by cachaseiro

This hostel is really fun and situated in a safe part of L.A. and the nightlife is right on the doorstep there:

www.surfcityhostel.com

Re: Solo female traveller in Los Angeles

by rkearns

i've also had good luck with hiusa.org and hostels.com

Re: Solo female traveller in Los Angeles

by risse73

It's best to stay close to the beach areas while in LA. There is a good hostel in Hermosa Beach. I know some people who've stayed there while in town, and vouched for it. I lived in the area a few years ago, so can't give you a review of this place, but I've driven past this area many times before, and it is in a central place with lots of action (e.g., restaurants, bars). You can "google" this hostel for further info.

Good Luck & Enjoy Sunny Southern California!

Re: Solo female traveller in Los Angeles

by kzapanta

L.A. is a big area.
1. Narrow down the places you want to see and look for hostels near there.
2. You asked for lots of people to have fun. Hostels might do that but a community of travel minded is a better choice. Ask for a meet in here (though it is unfortunately not done as much now) or check out couchsurfing.org to hit up both of your needs.

Re: Solo female traveller in Los Angeles

by gilescorey

Pick a couple hostels...stay two nights in each, so you get to see more of LA. It's very spread out. Sure, you'll enjoy Hermosa Beach, but maybe only for a night or two(it's a small town). Same if you stay in Hollywood.

http://www.hostelz.com/hostel/522-USA-Hostels-Hollywood

This one has good word of mouth for Hollywood(Paris Hilton met her ex who was staying there, while en route to a nightclub). You'll certainly meet people. Which is good, because going out alone in LA is a no no for a young female.

GC

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HUGO BALLIN MURALS

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Hugo Ballin was a muralist, film producer, and author Hugo Ballin (1879-1956). He is the muralist for the central rotunda ceiling mural at the Griffith Observatory that he painted in 1934-35. The Hugo Ballin ceiling mural depicts the celestial mythology with the four winds, the signs of the zodiac, and the planets as gods. Griffith Observatory considers the ceiling mural as one of their greatest artistic treasures.

Hugo Ballin was born in New York on March 7, 1879 and studied art in his youth. One of his early mural projects was doing 26 murals for the Wisconsin State Capital. After working for the Goldwyn Pictures,New Jersey, in the early 1900's as a production designeer and art director, he moved to Los Angeles and worked for the studios and wrote, directed, and produced silent films for his own company. He was married to the actress Mabel Croft Ballin.

After talking pictures took hold, he returned to his murals and became a world known muralist in Los Angeles. Some of his works still stand at landmark locations around Los Angeles such as the central rotunda of the Griffith Observatory. He died on November 27, 1956, and was buried in Santa Monica at the Woodlawn Memorial Cemetery. His wife, Mabel, died two years later and is buried beside Hugo Ballin. Many of Los Angeles and Hollywood's famous are buried at Woodlawn as well.

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 Ramada Limited Los Angeles Downtown

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Address: 611 South West Lake Ave, Los Angeles, California, 90057, United States