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of 3.5 million sprawls across 467 square miles of desert
basin, mountain canyons, and coastal beaches. If there
was one word to describe Los Angles it would have to
be diverse; for diversity is not only a characteristic
of Los Angeles' geography, but it also describes the
approximate 11 million people who call it home. While
being the center of the movie industry, and the home
of stars, the a lot more to L.A. then meets the eye.
This lively city is also made up of a blend of culture
Angeles attractions that a Los Angeles Car Rental would
make easier to visit include: Los Angeles Zoo, Griffith
Observatory, Petersen Automotive Museum, Viper Room,
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Simon
Wiesenthal Center Museum of Tolerance, California Science
Center, Los Angeles County Museum of Art Hollywood forever
Cemetery, Chinatown, Japanese American National Museum,
Ole Henriksen Face/Body, Bradbury Building, Olvera Street,
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When you are vacationing in Los Angeles, California, be
sure tocheck out some of the great attractions and landmarks
that thisgreat city has to offer:
The Los Angeles County Museum offers
a variety of exhibits that will keep you informed all day
long. The museum boasts over 100,000informative collections
dating from pre-history to the present time. This is a must
see for the history lover, or anyone for that matter who
wants to learn about history. The museum contains international
collections to pass on history from overseas. When you visit
Los Angeles, be sure to stop by the Los Angeles County Museum.
The Los Angeles
When vacationing in the Los Angeles area, a trip
to the Los Angeles Zoo in a must. With a large variety of
animals and exhibits, you can spend the entire day educating
you and your family about the different and important roles
each animal plays in the environment. No matter what age,
you will have an informative day learning not only about
animals, but plants and the conservation of both. The natural
world is just waiting to be discovered and you can find
it at the Los Angeles Zoo.
The Grauman's Chinese Theatre has been an attraction
in the Los Angeles area for over 75 years. The theatre was
built to be the most extravagant theatre in the area. The
mastermind behind the theatre actually had to obtain permission
from the U.S. government to have the authentic artifacts,
that you see on the theatre, imported from China. It is
truly a great experience that you must stop by when you
are on vacation in the Los Angeles area.
For an out of this experience, pay a
visit to the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles. Gaze at
the heavens through the huge and incredible telescope the
the observatory offers and learn about the sun, the stars,
constellations and the role the play in the universe...and
in history. This is one great learning experience for the
whole family, so make sure you make this a stop while you
are in the Los Angeles area.
A visit to Los Angeles would be incomplete
without a trip to Hollywood, and a trip to Hollywood would
be incomplete without seeing a few movie stars. You may
find that movie stars tend to be a bit elusive, so do the
next best thing and pay a visit to the Hollywood Wax Museum.
This museum boasts a huge collection of wax celebrities.
The likeness of the wax works is so real that you will think
that you are standing right next to the real deal. You won't
be disappointed when you pay a visit to the Hollywood Wax
Olvera Street, also known as the El Pueblo Historic
Monument, is said to be the street that started Los Angeles.
Today, Olvera Street offers a variety of old-style, Mexican
buildings and a traditional Mexican town square where you
can purchase authentic, handcrafted Mexican commodities.
As you are strolling down the historical street, stop by
one of the many different traditional Mexican restaurants
where you can feast on authentic Mexican style fare and
catch some of the live entertainment as the wander through
the old town. Enjoy yourself and relax as you visit Olvera