Ramada Wilshire Center

3900 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 90010, United States
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tour of LA area

by ksafinuk

Our family is going to be in LA at the end of January and we would like to get a good quality tour of the hollywood scene and some major touriest areas. We already have trips to the beaches, the amusement parks and some of the main attractions. We have 3 children 10 - 14. There are just too many to pick on seaches of the internet.

Thanks for your help

Re: tour of LA area

by rkearns

i went on this tour a few years back and it was spectacular!

http://www.architecturetoursla.com/

this company picks you up in an old limo and takes you all around the hollywood hills to see spectacular homes/architecture. maybe your kids will like it, maybe not. i think it's fun for all ages.

Re: tour of LA area

by travelgourmet

Starline Tours has many tours to offer and their ticket booth is next to the Hollywood Mann's Chinese Theatre on Hollyood Blvd. See their website: http://www.starlinetours.com/los-angeles-tours.asp

Re: tour of LA area

by Odinnthor

If you ae looking for something a bit above the usual fare, try these guys out. Not bad at all, and a bit better than the "cattle coaches".

http://anothersideoflosangelestours.com/c-77056-value-tours.html

If not though, Starline is fine for what they do. You will see them on my L.A. page.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1276e2/b80ac/

Re: tour of LA area

by swissfondue

I was approached by LA City Tours while walking along Hollywood Boulevard. Their tours leave from outside their offices which are near to the Disney Theatre on the opposite side to Kodak Theatre etc.

They were offering a two for one deal which was too good to refuse. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed the tour which was very laid back with only 10 people in an open topped van. Great if its a sunny day! Our tour guide was a very knowledgeable lady who was witty, entertaining and very easy to listen to using a microphone only so no annoying headphones to deal with.

It was a great way to see all the important landmarks of Hollywood. I suggest you try to do a discounted family deal. With so much competition, tour companies are pretty keen to get you on THEIR bus and you will probably be approached by a few different ones along Hollywood Boulevard.

Re: tour of LA area

by johnabraham

I think u check the Roadrunner Shuttle Tours services below link helps u for that:

http://www.rrshuttle.com/Tours/viewTours.aspx?tourname=Tours

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best time to visit sf and what to do

by rkearns

yep i agree with goodfish. if you aren't driving, you're not going to have much luck in l.a.
kids are mostly in school in california from early sept. until june. but there are also "year round" schools where they take three months of school, then have one month off. it depends on where you go.

as far as weather goes, l.a. is always pretty nice and warm. s.f. is a different story. it's usually 65 degrees here, depending on where you are in the city (we have many micro climates). the center of the city, around the mission and lower haight, are always the warmest. the sunset and richmond districts get a lot of fog.

september and october are our warmest months. but you know weather... you can never predict what it's going to do.

other than that, as far as "things to do" go, summer has the most events, although there are things going on year round here. every day, there is something to do. when you get here, pick up an sfweekly paper (free in the newspaper racks on the street) or a guardian. that will list all the events. there's also a website called "eventful" which lists free and other activities.
hope that helps.

about la

by chaistarr

The Los Angeles five-county area has a population of 20.6 million.
It includes Los Angeles, Riverside, Ventura, Orange and San Bernardino Counties.
If the five-county Los Angeles area were a state, it would be the fourth largest in the United States.
Los Angeles is the home of the original Bay Watch, and is rimmed with miles of beaches.
Los Angeles has more than 80 stage theaters and 300 museums, more than any U.S. city.
The Port of Los Angeles is the busiest in the U.S. and one of the busiest in the world.
Despite its image of an oasis with water and palm trees everywhere, Los Angeles is more like a desert, with an annual rainfall of only 15 inches (38 cm).

If you've never beenj to Los...

by EricTheRed

If you've never beenj to Los Angeles the must sees are: Disneyland, Universl Studios, going to rd Street Promenade, Westwood, Beverly Hills, Zuma Beach, Newport Beach and Manhattan Beach. My fondest memories of Los Angeles are going to Disneyland with friends and family as a kid and realizing it was the best place on earth.

Downtown LA

by draguza

Downtown LA: skyscrapers jostle with low-rent business plazas in this multi-faceted part of town but Downtown LA is not just about the skyscrapers, but they sure are an important part of the city's skyline. For the most part these tall buildings are the heart of the city's financial district. The tallest building in Downtown is the First Interstate World Center which is 73 stories high. A good view on the district is offered by the elevated park around the 55 story 333 Hope Street Building

Have a tamale in L.A.!

by marinarena

On a quintescential visit anywhere in Los Angeles, have a tamale or two (or five) at a restaurant or food stand. LA is even home to a tamale festival, which is just in its second year in 2006. Yes, a whole festival is a dedicated to the tasty cornmeal treat wrapped in a husk. No longer is it just of a Mexican tradition. The taste and pure pleasure of eating one (be sure to take off the husk before biting and devouring!). The tamale may not be the taco but is certainly popular and more hearty.

MacArthur Park, in the Westlake district, hosts the 2006 Tamale Festival.

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 Ramada Wilshire Center

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Address: 3900 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 90010, United States