Explore Los Angeles in a Day

Los Angeles is a melting pot of culture and history. Art galleries, museum’s, premieres;Ã?¯Ã?¿Ã?½ Los Angeles has them all and more.Ã?¯Ã?¿Ã?½WhileÃ?¯Ã?¿Ã?½numerousÃ?¯Ã?¿Ã?½Ã?¯Ã?¿Ã?½L.A. attractions are cheesy and overpriced, there is no real reason you should enjoy them less. You’ll miss the money in your wallet, but it is still worth the experience.Ã?¯Ã?¿Ã?½

Melrose Avenue

Melrose Avenue is a great place to people watch in Los Angeles, made popular by the ritzy glamour ofÃ?¯Ã?¿Ã?½ old Hollywood. Today it is a bustling string of shops, complete with lines of shoppers, beeing seenÃ?¯Ã?¿Ã?½and dined at some of Los Angeles’ most expensive dining. Unless you’re there to shop or eat, the only real event is people watching, which can be loads of fun, especially on the weekend.Ã?¯Ã?¿Ã?½If you’re waitingÃ?¯Ã?¿Ã?½exciteldyÃ?¯Ã?¿Ã?½for your first taste of “star crack,” don’t waste your time star-gazing.Ã?¯Ã?¿Ã?½Ã?¯Ã?¿Ã?½You’d have to go every day for at least a week just for the chance to see those beautifully elusive creatures..Ã?¯Ã?¿Ã?½

Universal Studios

Universal Studios is a great place to come if you have kids. However, while the rides are amusing, are not as great as they’re made out to be. Experience it once if you like, but if you’re going to shell out the cash, check out Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm, take a lunch and drinks. You’ll save a ton of money, energy and time by doing so.Ã?¯Ã?¿Ã?½

Hollywood Boulevard

Hollywood Boulevard is the epicenter of Los Angeles, once home to the greatest studios and a milieu of popular celebrities and visitors. Now, it boasts pricey souvboutiques and souvenir stands, as well asÃ?¯Ã?¿Ã?½expensive, genericÃ?¯Ã?¿Ã?½restaurants. If you’re in Los Angeles, you have to visit Hollywood Boulevard forÃ?¯Ã?¿Ã?½the walk of stars and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.Ã?¯Ã?¿Ã?½Two free, fabulousÃ?¯Ã?¿Ã?½parts of historic Hollywood Boulevard, they are must-sees on this boulevard of fame.

The Farmers Market

The farmer’s market at the Grove is an excellent way to enjoy your trip to Los Angeles. Cruise for fresh fruit and veggies, awesome food from local food stands, and if you’re lucky you might see a star or two. You are much more likely to run into a star randomly going to the farmer’s market in Hollywood than on Melrose Avenue.Ã?¯Ã?¿Ã?½

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