Stretching about a mile and a half long, the boardwalk is chock full of street vendors selling everything from kitschy souvenirs and marijuana paraphernalia to high end sculptures. Not interested in shopping? Turn your attention to any one of the numerous street performances happening at all hours of the day. This multilevel downtown mainstay is also home to a ton of great artwork and some quaint, artsy shops to explore. Declared a state historic landmark in , this gorgeous, wooden pier is a favorite amongst locals, tourists and photographers alike. Be sure to go underneath the pier for some geometrically inspired shots. The Getty is so much more than just an awesome museum nestled in the softly rolling LA hills. The best part?
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Los Angeles, California. Vast yet congested, misplaced yet completely found, infamous yet beloved—our city exists within a desert, living as one of the most culturally inventive and creatively impacting places in the world. In all its splendor, it is capable of offering so much more than what meets the tourist's eye. East Hollywood is home to this top-notch, world class art gallery. Barnsdall Art Park is a beautiful venture on a warm, sunny day, accessorized with plentiful views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood sign. Take a visit and sip on some culture. Lo and behold, Los Angeles is more than lots of traffic, Hollywood Boulevard and downtown. Explore a unique, quirky side of Los Angeles you've never seen before!
1. Visit Barnsdall Art Park.
Wednesday, February People are always asking me what they should do when they visit LA. Note that I live in the far Northeast corner of LA, and really rarely travel to the western half of town. So if you are looking for advice on Beverly Hills stuff or Malibu stuff or whatever, I am not that helpful.
The hotel in which Tyler Durden works one of his many night jobs is actually the famous Millenium Biltomore Hotel. It is filled with class and elegance, not something you would expect to see in a busy city like L. If you continue walking to your left off of 5th street, just a couple blocks down you will find yourself at South Flower St. This is where we see Bob attempt to do his homework, of starting a fight with a complete stranger. On your mini-adventure you are sure to cross paths with the Los Angeles Public Library and it is a must stop if you are in the neighborhood. I did that once or twice with friends to be touristy haha and it was actually quite fun! You can hike in Runyon Canyon Park. You can spend a day on Sunset Blvd, which has a ton of cute restaurants and more shopping and places like Amoeba Records and a lot of classic concert venues. Or Melrose Ave which has really funky places to eat.