Los Angeles Travel
The city of Los Angeles is the largest city in California. Situated on a large basin in Southern California, it is surrounded by vast mountain ranges, deep valleys, forests, desert, and the Pacific Ocean. The city area is the second largest in the United States in terms of population, home to nearly 18 million people who hail from all parts of the globe and speak over a hundred different languages. The metropolitan area is centered in Los Angeles County,
The city enjoys a temperate climate for most of the year. Summers are warm and occasionally hot, and bring the famously dirty air (though the smog has reduced in recent years, and much of what you hear about was overhyped to begin with). Fall and Winter bring some of the clearest weather and often some of the most beautiful days of the year… it’s not uncommon to spend the day at the beach mid-January and wind up with a healthy tan. Spring brings a mix of sunny warm days and gloomy rain. it’s entirely possible for it to be 80 degrees in Santa Monica and 105 degrees in Burbank on the same day in mid-July.
There are several districts that you can pick from for your Los Angeles travel. These districts have their own characteristics, each of which may attract you in some way:
Downtown Los Angeles. Before, this place was filled with strange people and for some time was called “the home of the homeless.” However, recent developments has targeted this area to look more inviting to tourists with the building and renovating of hotels, restaurants, bars, and shops.
Eastside. This is in the northern part of the downtown area and eastern part of Hollywood.
Hollywood. The place of Hollywood and Highlands were reinvented in the recent years. This place is so popular that others consider this as an independent city.
Harbor Area. The port area of the city glitter with great lights and is peppered with a great variety of scenic views.
South Central. A place that highlights typical metropolitan street life with many pubs and where parties and nightlife never end.
Westside. Wilshire. Of course, there are lots of things that you can see here, but what is remarkable about the place is the fact that the first gas station was made here, thus popularizing the cars.
San Fernando Valley. The place of the Universal Studios with many more attractions located in the northern part of the city.
• The Brentwood Inn
• The Los Angeles Athletic Club
• Elan Hotel Los Angeles
• Magic Castle Hotel
• Omni Los Angeles at California Plaza
• Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Hollywood Walk of Fame
• Jerry’s Motel
• Wilshire Crest Hotel
• Sofitel Los Angeles
• Renaissance Hollywood Hotel
• Howard Johnson Inn & Suites – Reseda
• W Los Angeles – Westwood
• Hollywood Orchid Suites
• Residence Inn Beverly Hills
• Courtyard Los Angeles Century City / Beverly Hills
• Hollywood Hills Hotel