You won't be too glad going to Gladstone's
A 'famous' seafood restaurant along the intersection of Sunset Blvd. and Pacific Coast Highway. For the price of their menu items and the trouble of just getting a parking space, my opinion on this is avoid it if you can. You won't find locals eating in this establishment for the greater part of any day. it's crowded, but mostly by 'tourists' patronage. There are much better seafood restaurants well within the vicinity of this place. look at my restaurants of choice.
..and Marina del Rey/Venice merchants are no exception. It will be fairly easy to get sucked into buying things you normally wouldn't so take your time, you can always come back to it later if you really wanted to have it.
Unique Suggestions: If you really have to patronize a fortune teller, do it for fun and experience, and not for what you think it will tell you.
They have a good system working there and it's pretty difficult to tell which one's legit.
Fisherman's Village is full of...
Fisherman's Village is full of tourist shops, a definite tourist trap.
The boat Mauretania in this picture, I was told is the sister ship to the one US President Harry S. Truman owned.
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