Courtyard By Marriott Los Angeles Sherman Oaks

15433 Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
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STONE'S throw away from L.A. - San Fernando Valley

by marinarena

Mix in with the locals of San Fernando Valley-often referred as "the valley", though there are other surrounding valley areas. It is the northern zone of greater Los Angeles that is strongly loved and hated by locals. Known as the porn capital of the world, as it is home to many adult movie prouctions.
Pluses: good number of health-conscious markets and restuarants, great spots for living. Minuses- dreadfully high temperatures in the summer, some ugly undeveloped spots

Cities to see here: Sherman Oaks, Encino, Woodland Hills. (quality places to stay, ecletic shopping, hip and fashionable stores & salons)

try to avoid: Van Nuys, Pacoima & North Hills (so blah and less safer)

My first steps in Pacific Ocean.

by awayhome

When I took this picture was my first trip to the United States and it is also the furthest away from Thailand I have ever been. I spent my first day in northern Los Angeles in an area called the San Fernando Valley. One of my first excursions in this large metropolis was a trip through Malibu Canyon and a drive down the Pacific Coast Higway. I've included many of the photos from my trip to the beach here in this travelouge.

So far, I focused on Northern...

by Sheri_Z

So far, I focused on Northern California, but some of you will want to go South. Los Angeles is more populous than San Francisco & anything you want to do is here.

Some suggestions -- Beaches. Santa Monica is the easiest to get to, but not the cleanest. Does have a fun pier with merry-go-round, and fun-park rides and usually a boat you can go out on.

Venice beach is for those who want to roller-blade on a special path for bikers. One section is called Muscle Beach for the built-up bods who hang out there. This is also a good place for playing volleyball. Tons of stores, from the chi-chi to junk. And fun to walk around parts of Venice itself, has a unique feeling. But be careful, some areas are not so safe (ask, and look carefully).

Best beaches though are north, so head up Highway 1 - called Pacific Coast Highway for Malibu. You may be tempted to stop at other beaches on your way -- that's OK. The main portion of Malibu has a sort of touristy segment with a pier and restaurants out on it, but if you go a little further you'll reach beautiful Point Dume, and then Zuma Beach, which is large and great for surfing. If you walk all the way south on this beach, there used to be a small beach called Pirates Cove that was clothing-optional, then top-optional (now I'm not sure).

There is a fantastic road that goes from near Point Dume all the way to the San Fernando Valley and there are rock formations all along the way that look like you are on the moon, or some other planet. There are 2 of these roads, one simply says this way to Chatsworth, I think, but look on your map.

California!!!!
Yes, if you are...

by la_beba

California!!!!

Yes, if you are visiting the United States you must visit the best state of all!!!!! (k, I'm exaggerating a bit.... I just love it!)


Unique Qualities:Particulary talking about L.A.; we all know that conflicting images of Los Angeles spark and flicker across televisions and movie screens: the glamour of Hollywood and gang violence, fun in the sun and mud slides, fast cars (have one) and snarled traffic. From what nonresidents can gather, Los Angeles is a land of disaster and style, of earthquakes and movers and shakers. Its residents seem to adjust to a rhythm that alternates between stress and relaxation, but out-of-towners -- fortunately -- tend to experience much more of the latter than the former. L.A. is a great place in which to do business or take a vacation: Marvelous restaurants, terrific nightlife, the beach, the mountains, eclectic architecture, diverse cultural offerings, Disneyland and easygoing attitudes mix in a vast territory flooded with sunshine and lined with palms. And I did enjoy living there!!!!! 11 yrs and no regrets whatsoever!!!
I guess the most of the attractions of interest to visitors are to the west and north. As you head west from downtown toward the coast, you reach Hollywood (with its famous sign), West Hollywood (the center of L.A.'s vibrant gay community), affluent Beverly Hills and Brentwood (with their mansions and manicured lawns) and then the beach towns of Santa Monica, Malibu and Venice Beach. South of Venice Beach and just inland is the Los Angeles International Airport. South of downtown are the more depressed areas of South-Central, and east of downtown, across the cement-lined Los Angeles River, is East L.A., a predominantly Latino area. The San Fernando Valley -- known simply as 'The Valley' -- lies beneath a ridge of hills to the north and extends west from Burbank to Calabasas. Northeast of downtown, the San Gabriel Valley extends east, from Glendale and Pasadena to Arcadia and beyond.

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This picture is the mural 'History of Los Angeles' by artist Richard T. Jimenez, and located at the Lax-C supermarket and food distributor at 11400 W Washington Blvd. (at Purdue Ave.)

EUREKA!

by travelgourmet

"CALIFORNIA"

The area is over 800 miles, south to north, and over 200 miles,west to east.
Indian land, Mexican land, Republic, and the 31st State of the United States of America.
The mountains ( Mt. Whitney at over 14,000 feet ), and valleys (San Fernando Valley with 2 million people living in a 20 by 12 mile corridor), and ocean ( the Pacific Ocean has over 1,200 miles of beaches and harbors along the coast), and desert ( Death Valley is almost 300 feet below sea level).
All this is a part of what makes the great state of CALIFORNIA.

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Coming to Sherman oaks in July.

by kierk1

Hi
My daughter and I are coming to Sherman Oaks area in July for 6 days. Any cheap, but decent places to stay? Thanks for your help.

Re: Coming to Sherman oaks in July.

by travelgourmet

Cheap but decent is about 3 miles (5 Kilometers) away in Van Nuys on Sepulveda Blvd. Travelodge is around $60.00 (30 pounds) a night. See their website: http://www.travelodgevannuys.com

Re: Coming to Sherman oaks in July.

by kierk1

Thanks Larry, but they were all booked up. My daughter has to be in Sherman Oaks but we can stay miles from there if we need to. Any other possibilities?
Thanks for the help.
Gene

Re: Coming to Sherman oaks in July.

by travelgourmet

Most hotels are going to be between $80-$100 but nice in the Burbank area. Check out hotels in Burbank, CA. There is a Travelodge as well as a Quality Inn under $100 in Burbank, by airport, close to NBC/Universal Studios as well.

Re: Coming to Sherman oaks in July.

by tracys2cents

There's a Days Inn in Studio City........doesn't get the greatest reviews but the area is fine/safe. Holiday Lodge in Burbank is okay, but maybe 6 miles from Sherman Oaks. Best Western Mikado in Sherman Oaks is fine, but may be more than you want to pay.

Re: Coming to Sherman oaks in July.

by tracys2cents

The Quality Inn in burbank is dumpy. I wouldn't recommend it.

Re: Coming to Sherman oaks in July.

by kierk1

Thanks again! What about that Esa Los Angeles Burbank Apts?

Re: Coming to Sherman oaks in July.

by tracys2cents

If you are talking about esinns.com I think they are pricey for a week, not sure. They are fine, but a 15 min drive to Sherman Oaks.

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