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  • 76. Mission San Fernando

    Built in 1797 this mission was California's fourth mission. It has one of the most extensive preserved grounds. This mission is also the final resting place of one of America's most famous comedians,...

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  • 77. Watts Towers

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Pardon my yard sale camera, but here is another, longer shot of the towers. Rodia used improvised mortar and decoration in construction of the tower - soda bottle tops, broken glass, and bathroom...

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  • 78. West Hollywood

    This large colourful glass complex in West Hollywood is known as PDC, short for the Pacific Design Center. It provides plentiful space for the design, architecture, art and entertainment businesses...

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  • 79. Crystal Cathedral

    4 out of 5 stars

    We left the hotel at Anaheim and we decided to make a quick stop at Garden Grove to visit this cathedral. We did not expected to like it as we did. I really enjoyed thie beautiful building For more...

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  • 80. Mulholland Drive

    The Mulholland Drive road winds along the top of Santa Monica Mountains and the Hollywood Hills. Along the road there are many view points of LA, Universal Studios, Hollywood sign, Hollywood bowl. You...

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  • 81. Redondo Beach

    Redondo Beach is one of the Los Angeles area's most famous and popular beach towns. Besides the beautiful beach, you have a pier, King Harbor, lots of restaurants and plenty of nightlife. Our visit...

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  • 82. San Gabriel Mission

    3 Down / 18 to Go! In hot pursuit of our goal to visit all 21 California missions, we spent a day at the San Gabriel Mission. Like with the other missions we have seen, it is a very interesting...

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  • 83. Museum of Contemporary Art - MOCA

    MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) on Grande Avenue is a regular haunt for the art lover that appreciates that oddball 20th century style works. In the picture shown is the on-going display, Chas’...

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  • 84. Hollywood Forever Cemetery

    Even if you can't spot a lot of live celebrities while you are in Los Angeles, there are plenty of opportunities to see the final resting spot of the dearly departed. The Hollywood Forever cemetery is...

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  • 85. Descanso Gardens

    Descanso Gardens Descanso is located in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. It's famous for its camellia forests which bloom in the winter months. Other gardens include the international...

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  • 86. Chateau Marmont

    Chateau Marmont is a wonderful hotel that looms over the Sunset Strip and has a long and colorful Hollywood history. I highly recommend paying a visit while you are in L.A., or even staying here. The...

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  • 87. Runyon Canyon Overlook

    The Best Thing to Do in Los Angeles, imho, is to go to the Runyon Canyon overlook in the Hollywood hills on a clear day. It is on Mulholland Drive a little bit west of the Hollywood Bowl (and east of...

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  • 88. L.A. County Fair

    The L.A. County fair is an annual event that usually is around the September timeframe. As the name implies, it's a county fair, which means you'll encounter everything from pigs, goats, and all sorts...

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  • 89. Koreatown

    Having a Korean Craving in Los Angeles? fear not as Lost Angeles has a large korea town district, stretching from Olympic Boulevard from Western Avenue to Vermont Avenue on the south, Vermont Avenue...

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  • 90. LAX

    I am waiting for the direct flight from LAX to MEL and where else but Qantas Lounge to wait.. to pass the time, with a sushi or two, a glass of moet and chandon, and other things as you wish. very...

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  • 91. University of California Los Angeles

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    UCLA has two medium sized museums which it operates on campus: the Fowler Museum of Cultural History and the Hammer Museum of Art. Both of which are, at this time, FREE. They are great places if you...

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  • 92. Point Vicente Lighthouse

    This lighthouse was built in 1926 and has served LA harbor every since. The city of Palos Verde has built a nice little interpretive center next door outlining the history of the lighthouse and the...

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  • 93. Santa Anita Race Track

    Arcadia is about 10 minutes from Los Angeles (depending on traffic). This is one of the most beautiful tracks in California. The foothill mountains are the back drop and viewing from the infield is...

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  • 94. Santa Monica Beaches

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The beaches in Santa Monica are awesome. The shopping on the Promenade is nice too and only a few blocks from beach parking. Make sure you go to the Fred Segal store there. You can park on the blvd...

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  • 95. Skirball Museum

    The Skirball Cultural Center is dedicated to exploring the connections between four thousand years of Jewish heritage and the vitality of American democratic ideals. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday,...

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  • 96. Pershing Square

    Once known as La Plaza Abaja (Lower Plaza), Pershing Square is a fun, lesser known spot in the heart of Downtown L.A. During the First World War, it was used as a militia post and was named after...

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  • 97. Maritime Museum

    This small museum consist of mostly ship models although there are also some displays on the history of San Pedro harbor. Its probably not worth making a special trip here but if your in the...

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  • 98. Autry Museum

    Constructed in 1914 and celebrating its centennial this year, the Autry’s Historic Southwest Museum Mt. Washington Campus is the site of the ongoing conservation initiative of the Southwest Museum of...

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  • 99. Mann's Chinese Theatre

    Mann's Chinese Theatre, located in Hollywood Boulevard, is a special place too. When in the neighbourhood, it is worth checking and photographing. Mann's Chinese Theater opened as Grauman's Chinese...

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  • 100. Silver Lake

    Walk around the lake and go for a coffee or a wine tasting at either Silver Lake Coffee Co. or Silver Lake Wine (http://www.silverlakewine.com/). Both are on Glendale Ave., half a block up from Silver...

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Los Angeles Things to Do

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Los Angeles is the most populated city in California and is home to great activites for families. Some of my favorites things to do in LA are:

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