Top 25 Things to do in Los Angeles
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21 Grauman's Chinese Theater
You can go on a walking tour of the Chinese Theatre if you are keen to know more about it. The interior of the theater is very impressive. Please note you can’t take photographs whilst the movie is showing.
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22 Olvera Street
Olvera Street handicraft and shops sell much from south of the border. At the open-air cafes you can try Mexican food cooked right in front of you. There are strolling guitarists, dancers and singers. The atmosphere of Olvera Street can be fun, relaxed and happy.
If you are lucky or just well organized, you might even catch a festival such as the "Blessing of the Animals" or "Dia De Los Muertos" (Day of the Dead.)
23 (38) Greystone Park and Mansion or Greystone Manor
City views form this hilltop park are complimented or uncomplimented (depending upon your view point) by Greystone Manor. Perhaps in need of a little more love and tender care the fortress-like Tudor mansion is the largest home in Beverly Hills.
Occupying sixteen acres, this 55-room castle was built in 1926 by oil tycoon Edward Doheny. Greystone's is owned by the City of Beverly Hills and visitors can enter free of charge.
If the Manor seems slightly familiar it might be because Greystone, in a manor of speaking, is abit of a movie star appearing in popular movies such as ‘Indecent Proposal” and "Witches of Eastwick".
24 (39) Hermosa Beach
A little hip and fun but with a fashionable side with rich and deeply in debt beach side residents. You'll find a multi-dimensional cultural fit at Hermosa and there's weather.
The sea breeze helps to keep the cool dudes cool in summer and unfazed by the city sleeker smog that tends to give the beach a miss most of the year. Why would be you be anywhere else in this credit crunched world.
25 (40) Redondo Beach
Just like her sister Hermosa, Redondo has a wide sandy beach and the Strand whose path is rudely interrupted by the huge Redondo Beach King Harbor Marina and Pier complex.
The slightly average and spooky TV series Medium was believed to have been sighted here - or was it just a dream? Fox's "The OC" is also believed to have borrowed the scenery.