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The LA Long Beach Is More Than Meets The Eye!

Sunset at Santa Monica BeachEven though you love the sand and sea, the truth is that after a few days sitting around all day in the sun getting a tan and playing in the water gets rather boring. So, you are fully rested, recharged and looking for something interesting to do at the Shoreline area in Los Angeles?

One idea is to visit to the Shoreline Village, the perfect place to check out various funky shops and buy souvenirs for your loved ones at home. From shopping, arcade and carrousels to bike, skate, pedal cart rentals and live music during the weekends, you can be sure you will not get bored.

If this is the first time you visit Long Beach, then it is imperious that you visit the Aquarium of the Pacific. Having a little over 12,000 specimens of 500 species of fish and mammals found in the Pacific Ocean, the wave-shaped roof aquarium provides extensive opportunities for you and your children to participate in an enjoyable and interactive learning experience. While it is true that they are not offering spectacle shows, you will have a blast participating in amazing behind the doors tours and unique chances to interact with all sort of marine creatures, from sea urchins to zebra sharks.

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Top Family Vacation Destination This Year – The LA Themed Parks

Well, an enjoyable and fun themed park experience will ultimately depend on what you and your family are looking for. However, if you have picked Los Angeles as your next family vacation destination this summer, then you should know you have plenty of themed parks to choose from.

Regardless of whether you are nostalgic about your childhood or your kids prefer meeting some of their favorite cartoon characters, the Disney California Adventure is one place you definitely should visit. Besides the traditional Disney charm, you can expect a wide selection of thrill rides, shows, parades and interactive experiences suited for the entire family.

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No Summer Trips To LA Are Complete Without Seeing The Hollywood Bowl!

Photo Author: Matthew Field, the Hollywood Sign, the Hollywood Bowl is the second most popular landmark in the City of Angels. No surprise here since the Hollywood Bowl is the largest outdoor amphitheater in the United States and the summer home of the LA Philharmonic orchestra. If you are planning a trip to Los Angeles this summer, then going to a concert held at the Hollywood Bowl is definitely an activity to mark on your to do list. Essentially, this magnificent amphitheater is the host of concert season in LA and California, starting from late June and ending sometime through the mid of September.

Even though it has a capacity of a little under 18,000 seats, it is always a good idea to book your tickets in advance. At the same time, it is recommended that you arrive a bit early to your favorite concert, in order to be certain that you will have sufficient time to find your seats. More often than not, arriving at the exact time the concert is starting constitutes a surefire way to miss half of the recital. In case you are wondering about the best seats in the house, then most people recommended the ones from the right side, since that is also the first location to enjoy the afternoon shade.

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There Are Still Plenty Of Things To Do During Rainy Days In LA!

If you visit LA from December to March, chances are you will catch some rainy days during your trip. Not to worry though, as the wonderful city of Los Angles has a plethora of activities to offer its tourists and keep them entertained and, more importantly inside and dry.

For instance, if you are passionate about Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture, then you could plan inside tours of the Hollyhock House or the Anderton Court Shops. Even though the rest of the houses designed by Wright are not opened to the public, you will surely spend several quality hours admiring the work of the most influential architect of the first half of the 20st century.

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Flights to Los Angeles

Los Angeles is the entertainment capital of the world, and the streets of Hollywood often feel like the world’s biggest reality show. But the City of Angels also sits squarely at the center of many global enterprises, including the fashion industry, the culinary arts, international trade, science, medicine, technology, and the visual and performing arts. The cheap flights to Los Angeles have played a major role in the growth of Los Angeles tourism in the last decade.

In Los Angeles, “the industry” means more than movies. Nightlife dominates in many parts of the city, including the live music palaces along the Sunset Strip, the gay nightlife of West Hollywood and the gritty clubs of Silver Lake. Find everything from Hollywood hot spots to Santa Monica sports bars in this guide to Los Angeles clubs, including live rock clubs, hip-hop havens, salsa dance halls, dive bars, gay clubs, comedy showcases and neighborhood bars. The city also draws a variety of sporting, theatrical and musical events.

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