Los Angeles, known as the City of Angels, is the second most populated city in America and by any argument, the cultural, commercial and financial center of the Western United States.
With a population of roughly 4 million living inside the city limits, Los Angeles County has a population of 10 million.
Los Angeles is a place you must visit, and see to believe. The stories don't do it justice. You simply must come to feel the vibe. From Hollywood, and its indelible mark on the creative imagination of billions of people from California to London, to Tokyo, and even to Moscow, Riyadh, and Jerusalem. If you spent weeks in L.A., I guarantee you will barely scratch the surface in terms of things to do, places to go, and famous landmarks to see. The Hollywood Sign? Check! Beverly Hills? Check! Grauman's Chinese Theatre? Check! Dodger Stadium…aka Chavez Ravine? Check! Dodger Stadium which opened in 1962 is currently the oldest ballpark in Major League baseball this side of the Mississippi River. Only Fenway Park in Boston and Wrigley Field in Chicago are older.
There isn’t enough time or space here to list all of the most famous attractions you will enjoy by visiting Los Angeles in Southern California, especially if you expand your itinerary to the various surrounding but seamlessly connected areas of the Southland. If it is the ocean you want, check out Venice Beach, or Manhattan Beach. If it’s snow or water skiing you prefer, trek up to Lake Arrowhead or Big Bear Lake. If you want the desert life and the stillness it offers, you can’t do better than Palm Springs…its not exactly next door to Dodger Stadium, but it is a very fast 3-hour drive. Los Angeles shouldn’t be missed if you love impeccable food, fashion, and fun in the sun. Keys2thecoast loves LA! and you will too.
The Central Coast has so much to do and offers so many opportunities that living here is undeniably one of the best regions in the world for charming small towns and endless entertainment while enjoying the surreal natural beauty. On occasion, it’s fun to take off to the hustle and bustle of a big city. L.A.…
By Donna Polizzi Exploring the Reagan Presidential Library and Museum was a journey through the life and Presidency of our 40th President, Ronald Wilson Reagan. Reagan served as our president from 1981 through 1989 and has previously served as Governor of California from 1967 through 1975. This historical gem is located at 40 Presidential Drive…