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6-Hour Los Angeles City Tour
"Hollywood BoulevardThis tour starts in front of LA City Tours near the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Feel the magic of Hollywood as you visit memorable locations from hit movies. Look for your favorite celebrity hand-prints at the TCL Chinese Theater and search for their names on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. You'll also s Hard Rock Café Dolby Theater — the new home of the Oscars — and many other fun attractions along the world famous Hollywood Boulevard. Griffith Park & Hollywood SignGo inside Griffith Park from high above Los Angeles. Have your picture taken in front of Bel-Air celebrity homes and more. Visit beautiful mansions night clubs on Sunset Strip
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Privately Customized Tour of Los Angeles
"Experience the most comprehensive Los Angeles tour! See Santa Monica Venice Beach Downtown Los Angeles Hollywood The Hollywood Sign Griffith Park Hollywood Walk of Fame
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Grand Tour of Los Angeles
"Hop on the coach and meet your driver-guide who provides interesting and amusing commentary about Los Angeles and its movie history throughout your sightseeing tour. Start on Hollywood Boulevard where you'll see the 200 cement handprints at the TCL Chinese Theatre stroll down the Hollywood Walk of Fame and pass by Dolby Theatre home to the Academy Awards. Continue through town for a photo op of the Hollywood Sign built in 1923 and considered a national monument and see the Studios at Paramount in West Hollywood and the CBS television studios. (If you're on the morning tour
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CHINATOWN

Located near Union Station, next to Downtown LA, Chinatown is the cultural and commercial centre for the Chinese-American population of Los Angeles. The area became designated as such in the early...
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MM212
May 15, 2016

Not for the faint hearted!

You will have no idea you are in California when you go to Chinatown. The food, people, markets and other shops are unlike anything you will find at a typical shopping mall. If you pop into a bakery,...
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GracesTrips
Sep 20, 2015

Chinese New Year in Los Angeles!

Each year people flood the alleys of Los Angeles' Chinatown for the annual Chinese New Year celebration. It's a great opportunity to hit the streets with and hip cross-section of Angelinos and enjoy...
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detroitdb
Nov 07, 2012

Chinatown

Interesting place with a true chinese feel to it. You can find delicious food, and stay for cheap at the Royal Pagoda motell. I got some pretty nice pictures during the evening when it got dark.Check...
pjohanse
May 04, 2011

Streets of Chinatown

Los Angeles's Chinatown, in my opinion, is like any other Chinatown in the U.S. I enjoyed the food there. It was very delicious. We went into a typical Chinese restaurant where I had Yangzhou fried...
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meteorologist1
Sep 01, 2008

Chinatown Art Galleries

For a truly unique experience, head into LA's Chinatown, but don't expect to find the San Francisco-type experience. Chinatown here is a bit creepy, a bit rundown, a bit abandoned feeling. There are a...
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jhoolko
May 18, 2007

Bamboo Plaza

We drove to Chinatown and parked at the Bamboo Plaza. Parking is $6 for all day but if you eat at one of the restaurants in Chinatown you can get your parking validated. We only paid $1 and we were in...
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malianrob
Oct 21, 2006

LA Chinatown

More spacious and spread out than San Francisco Chinatown. Still worthy of visit for dim sum, Chinese restaurants and buying ginseng. For ginseng, there are many different qualities and price range,...
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SLLiew
Aug 28, 2006

Chinatown

When we walked around looking for something we could reach on foot from Union Station, we found Chinatown. It's pretty much like all Chinatowns. The food was great (and cheap), and there were a lot of...
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Fewf
Aug 02, 2006

Chinatown

Something interesting that i found out was that LA 's the first Chinatown in the United States where Chinese people own the land. The first Chinese immigrants in California were gold miners, laborers,...
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malianrob
Apr 04, 2006

Tour a distinct neighborhood of L.A.: Chinatown

Though a bit gritty and smelly of bad seafood at times, Chinatown is well worth a visit. (Wow, this is some selling point, but I'm just giving you the reality, which one does appreciate here on VT :-)...
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marinarena
May 18, 2005

Love me some Chinatown

I love Chinatown. I do. Best of both worlds. There is the old, Pagoda-laden, failed-tourist district; and the newer, bargain basement shopping warehouses. What's not to love?!People talk about...
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Jul 03, 2004
 
 
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Things to Do Near Chinatown

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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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Ávila Adobe

I didn't have long to explore Olvera Street...and it was very busy indeed on a sunny Sunday afternoon, with souvenir stalls all in a line...but what I did see gave me an idea not only of how LA might...
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Union Station

Union Station is the main railway station in downtown Los Angeles. Several metro lines run through here as well and it is connected to a bus station. We took a train from Union Station on our journey...
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Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

Completed in 2002, the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles. The ultra-modern edifice was designed by the Spanish architect, Rafael Moneo,...
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Dodger Stadium

Mexican-American history, art and culture is well represented at La Plaza Culturas y Artes, within the heart of Los Angeles, at Olvera St. Opened in 2011, LAPCA is housed by the fabulous downtown...
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Los Angeles City Hall

We reached Los Angeles City Hall in downtown LA by taking the metro to Civic Centre on the red line. The City Hall is next to Grand Park which is quite a pleasant place with fountains and flags. Los...
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Cesar Chavez & N. Broadway

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