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Half Day Hollywood and Beverly Hills Tour
"This tour is quite unique and will allow guest passengers flexibility of time in the maximum comfort and enjoyment of their ride through Hollywood and Beverly Hills. After meeting at the departure point you will go through Hollywood Boulevard over onto the famed Sunset Strip and Santa Monica Boulevard and finally through Beverly Hills to your destination on Rodeo Drive. There you will enjoy world-class shopping and dining for approximately 90-minutes before re-boarding for the return of the tour through West Hollywood and other Hollywood Areas. You will also receive discounts at select restaurants and cafes as well as shoppin the chauffeur will take the best route available for maximum sightseeing and enjoyment and comfort.""""Enjoy this unique experience in an open-air
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Santa Monica Street Art Bike Tour
"Spend an unforgettable 3-4 hours on a guided bike tour through Santa Monica and the historical neighborhoods of Venice Beach California. The tour begins with a leisurely cruise through Santa Monica's charming Main Street and stops at Venice Beach near Muscle Beach the birthplace of skateboarding and training grounds for a young Arnold Schwarzenegger. Venice Beach's Italian-influenced landscape is also widely recognized for its West Coast legal graffiti walls that attract street artists from around the world. Tour- Rip Cronk Emily Winters Frank Gehry and other prominent figures. Riders will also be given some time to walk along the colorful Venice Boardwalk to purchase souvenirs and watch live street performances. Afterwards you'll pedal through the picturesque Venice Canals
From $69.00
 
"Los Angeles City Tour Including Farmers Market
"Los Angeles City Tour Including Farmers Market Beverly Hills and Santa Monica Bike Ride""Your LA day tour starts when you meet up with your small group and follow your guide on a walk down Hollywood Boulevard. See some of your favorite 'stars' on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and pass by the TCL Chinese Theatre and Dolby Theatre en route to a secret garden oasis and other hidden gems.Hop on a local bus for a brief ride to the Los Angeles Farmers Market — aka the Original Farmers Market — established in 1934. Meander past and purchase something delicious for lunch (own expense). Then take a quick bus ride to the heart of Beverly Hills and indulge in a provided cupcake tasting at a bakery. Afterward visit the Paley Center for Media
From $60.00

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Santee Alley

FABRIC, and discounted designer inspired items for a small fraction of the price. There is every type of fabric that you could imagine here, all on the tall 60" bolts. There are stores that have $1 a...
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Jewelry District

If you head south on Broadway Ave. off the US 101 freeway you will quickly find yourself in Los Angeles' jewelry District. Broadway and the sorrounding side streets are lined with jewelry stores...
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The Grove

If you could only go to one shopping center in Los Angeles, it should be this one! A combination of modern retail mall experience along with the old original Farmers Market, this place has so much for...
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Citadel Outlets

The Citadel Outlet Mall is just south of Los Angeles off the 5 freeway - you'll know it when you've arrived because what you see from the freeway is a huge building that looks rather like a...
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Rodeo Drive

Rodeo drive is one of the most famous shopping areas in the world, and THE place where I would never buy anything. Why? Because everything gave me the sensation that EXPENSIVE is a mandatory...
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Downtown

Dismiss notions that Los Angeles doesn't read and doesn't like to buy books! Los Angeles is home to a good number of quality and popular book stores, many of which are independent. If you are a...
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Farmers' Market

Farmer's Market has been a hot spot for 75 years and about 10 years ago The Grove was added, making for an unusual mix of the traditional and the modern LA. Farmer's Market has been a tourist...
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Melrose Avenue

For the trendy shoppers there is Melrose Avenue, where the trendy shops and restaurants are, located just a few block below Hollywood Blvd, - and it runs paralel with it. Then of course, there is THE...
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Camarillo Premium Outlets

With More than 160 stores, shops and restaurants and food stalls located in two major areas, the Premium Outlets and the Promenade, occupying 454,000 square feet and 220,000 square feet respectively....
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Chinatown

On the corner of Broadway and Alpine in Chinatown, tucked behind the Chinese medicine and trinket shops, is a block-sized stall mall, usually with very good prices. There are 4 entrances to the mall,...
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Macy's Plaza

Macy's department store is conveniently located centrally downtown, on 7th St. It is part of the busy shopping and transit hub, 7th and Metro rail line station and fairly close to several popular...
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Universal Citywalk

Anything candy can be had in this store including but not limited to every kind and size of gummy bears, M&M's, powdered candy, candy apples and candy inspired clothing/accessories. It's not cheap...
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Santa Monica

LA is a place that's easy to find great shopping attractions. From Robertson Blvd to Century City mall to sprawling centers everywhere north, south, east and west, it's really hard to distinguish...
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Beverly Center

The biggest mall L.A has to offer, you can hardly miss it as you drive down beverly blvd. It has macys on one end and bloomingdales at the other and housing every other store inbetween. As seen is...
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Top Things to Do in Los Angeles

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Hollywood Walk of Fame

This place needs to be fixed because it is crap. The characters in costumes are thieves they steal things from you but then I caught one stealing something so when he saw me he gave me an evil look....
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Universal Studios

I literally cant wait! I visited universal last year and Im going back next month to the famous wizarding world of harry potter! I've seen the news and its just amazing. The simpsons ride its great...
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Disneyland

Disneyland is the perfect attraction for travelers and tourists to visit. It if fun for all ages!!!! With over 50 attractions, it is awesome! Don't forget to search for the hidden Mickeys! Have a...
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Olvera Street

Olvera Street is part of the Pueblo de Los Angeles. It is known as the birthplace of Los Angeles and was created in 1930. Olvera street is a colourful Mexican market street selling food, souvenirs,...
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Venice Beach

Venice is called Venice because of its canal area. We really enjoyed wandering around this area. It had some wonderful houses, several canals, lots of little bridges and was basically just extremely...
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Getty Center

The J. Paul Getty Museum, , is an art museum in California located on on two sites. The Getty Center and Getty Villa. The Getty Center is in Brentwood and is the primary location of the Museum. It is...
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