Nader And Muna's Guidebook

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Nader And Muna's Guidebook

Sightseeing

If you need a little bit of peace and quiet within nature, then the El Dorado Nature Center is calling your name. Tucked between the 605 Freeway and the San Gabriel River, the El Dorado Nature Center stretches 105-acres. Providing sanctuary for a wide range of animals and birdlife, you'll find that there are around two miles of dirt trails for those who enjoy hiking. A quarter-mile paved trail that you can follow to take in the lakes, streams, and forested area.
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El Dorado Nature Center
7550 East Spring Street
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If you need a little bit of peace and quiet within nature, then the El Dorado Nature Center is calling your name. Tucked between the 605 Freeway and the San Gabriel River, the El Dorado Nature Center stretches 105-acres. Providing sanctuary for a wide range of animals and birdlife, you'll find that there are around two miles of dirt trails for those who enjoy hiking. A quarter-mile paved trail that you can follow to take in the lakes, streams, and forested area.
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Hollywood
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Aleja Gwiazd w Los Angeles
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Hollywood Sign
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Signal Hill View point 2
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Universal CityWalk
100 Universal City Plaza
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Crypto.com Arena
1111 S Figueroa St
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Named after the famous Italian city, Naples is a neighborhood built on three islands located in Alamitos Bay. As you might expect, this part of the city is particularly famous for its gondola trips through the canals which join up the island. Rides have been offered here since 1982, and Long Beach is one of only eight places on the West where you can ride in a gondola. The islands are divided by canals which open into the bay. Most of the streets on the island have Italianate names. The center of Naples features a large fountain which serves as a popular meeting spot.
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Naples
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Named after the famous Italian city, Naples is a neighborhood built on three islands located in Alamitos Bay. As you might expect, this part of the city is particularly famous for its gondola trips through the canals which join up the island. Rides have been offered here since 1982, and Long Beach is one of only eight places on the West where you can ride in a gondola. The islands are divided by canals which open into the bay. Most of the streets on the island have Italianate names. The center of Naples features a large fountain which serves as a popular meeting spot.
LONG BEACH WATERFRONT: While the Waterfront is home to some of the more famous Long Beach visitor attractions, it's also worth walking in its own right. Rainbow Harbor is the starting point for those who want to engage in some whale watching, stand up paddleboarding, or any kind of water adventure. Meanwhile, Marine Park is the perfect place to soak up some sun, play with the kids, or spend time with the family in the lifeguard protected Mother's Beach.
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Long Beach
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LONG BEACH WATERFRONT: While the Waterfront is home to some of the more famous Long Beach visitor attractions, it's also worth walking in its own right. Rainbow Harbor is the starting point for those who want to engage in some whale watching, stand up paddleboarding, or any kind of water adventure. Meanwhile, Marine Park is the perfect place to soak up some sun, play with the kids, or spend time with the family in the lifeguard protected Mother's Beach.
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Mother's Beach
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City of Long Beach: Rainbow Harbor
200 Aquarium Way
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Marine Park (Mother's Beach)
5839 Appian Way
Known as DTLB, downtown Long Beach is made up of four main neighborhoods, each with its own distinct personality. East Village: This arty neighborhood is the home of boutique shops, independent suppliers, and is proud of its distinctly indie atmosphere. It's the perfect spot for people who enjoy their artisan coffees and riding bicycles. North Pine is renowned for its food, where restaurants and dessert stores have taken over what was once typically office land. Pine Ave. & The Promenade is the activity and entertainment hub of DTLB. It's home to some of the country's most celebrated gastropubs. West Gateway is the financial and civic center of DTLB, home to the World Trade Center and the Deukmejian Courthouse.
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Downtown
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Known as DTLB, downtown Long Beach is made up of four main neighborhoods, each with its own distinct personality. East Village: This arty neighborhood is the home of boutique shops, independent suppliers, and is proud of its distinctly indie atmosphere. It's the perfect spot for people who enjoy their artisan coffees and riding bicycles. North Pine is renowned for its food, where restaurants and dessert stores have taken over what was once typically office land. Pine Ave. & The Promenade is the activity and entertainment hub of DTLB. It's home to some of the country's most celebrated gastropubs. West Gateway is the financial and civic center of DTLB, home to the World Trade Center and the Deukmejian Courthouse.
Only three miles from downtown Long Beach, Belmont Shore offers a wide range of shopping - from major retailers through to independent shops. Not only that, but there are over 50 establishments you can visit if you feel in need of food or drink, ranging from quick and easy fast food through to fine dining. Many of the sidewalk patios are also available if you’d like a spot of al fresco dining.
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Belmont Shore
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Only three miles from downtown Long Beach, Belmont Shore offers a wide range of shopping - from major retailers through to independent shops. Not only that, but there are over 50 establishments you can visit if you feel in need of food or drink, ranging from quick and easy fast food through to fine dining. Many of the sidewalk patios are also available if you’d like a spot of al fresco dining.
Since 2001, Rosie's Dog Beach has been a designated off-leash place for dogs to run around in the sand and surf, without getting into trouble. Located on the water between Granada and Roycroft avenues, the dog beach is closest to the Belmont Shore neighborhood. If you're a fan of famous dogs, then keep your eyes peeled as this is a popular place for Instagrammers, Youtubers, and their furry companions!
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Rosie's Dog Beach
5000 East Ocean Boulevard
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Since 2001, Rosie's Dog Beach has been a designated off-leash place for dogs to run around in the sand and surf, without getting into trouble. Located on the water between Granada and Roycroft avenues, the dog beach is closest to the Belmont Shore neighborhood. If you're a fan of famous dogs, then keep your eyes peeled as this is a popular place for Instagrammers, Youtubers, and their furry companions!

Theme Parks & Adventure Parks

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Disneyland
1313 Disneyland Drive
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Disney California Adventure Park
1313 Disneyland Drive
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Knott's Berry Farm is a 57-acre theme park located in Buena Park, California, and owned by Cedar Fair. In 2017, it was the tenth-most-visited theme park in North America. Knott's Berry Farm is also the most-visited theme park in the Cedar Fair chain.
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Knott's Berry Farm
8039 Beach Blvd
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Knott's Berry Farm is a 57-acre theme park located in Buena Park, California, and owned by Cedar Fair. In 2017, it was the tenth-most-visited theme park in North America. Knott's Berry Farm is also the most-visited theme park in the Cedar Fair chain.
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Magic Mountain
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Universal Studios Hollywood
100 Universal City Plaza
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Food Scene

The Habit Burger Grill
3801 N Lakewood Blvd
In-N-Out Burger
4041 N Lakewood Blvd
The Hangar is a very open & spacious, modern style market place meant to resemble an actual hangar. Seeing how it is really close to the LB Airport it only makes sense that that was the vision for such a place. The designers did a nice job repurposing an old airplane hangar into a high quality food court where you’ll find something for everyone. The interesting part is that the developers integrated what this area used to be with its modern direction. You will see many flight & airplane symbols & history. With indoor & outdoor seating paired with a wide array of food & drink options, The Hangar has pretty much something for anyone. I am a big fan of The Kroft (also located in the Anaheim Packing district) & I would recommend their garlic fries. Bottlecraft as a solid selection of local craft beers & select wines. They also apparently have iced coffee in bottles. A variety of food & drink stations are set up in a huge structure where airplanes were once built. A very nice place to hang out & spend fun times with family & friends.
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The Hangar
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The Hangar is a very open & spacious, modern style market place meant to resemble an actual hangar. Seeing how it is really close to the LB Airport it only makes sense that that was the vision for such a place. The designers did a nice job repurposing an old airplane hangar into a high quality food court where you’ll find something for everyone. The interesting part is that the developers integrated what this area used to be with its modern direction. You will see many flight & airplane symbols & history. With indoor & outdoor seating paired with a wide array of food & drink options, The Hangar has pretty much something for anyone. I am a big fan of The Kroft (also located in the Anaheim Packing district) & I would recommend their garlic fries. Bottlecraft as a solid selection of local craft beers & select wines. They also apparently have iced coffee in bottles. A variety of food & drink stations are set up in a huge structure where airplanes were once built. A very nice place to hang out & spend fun times with family & friends.
Wow! Talk about a great bang for the buck. And great quick service. I was thoroughly impressed. So, we love Korean BBQ but there is usually something about each place that makes it less than impressive. This place pretty much checked all the boxes. The food was good and affordable, they were flexible in that you could start with the cheapest menu and if you wanted to upgrade all you did was order from the next menu. It's an A, B, C type menu: - A Menu = $11.99/per person - B Menu = $14.99/per person - C Menu = $19.99/per person Meat selections include: - beef bulgogi, beef brisket, beef belly, spicy pork, spicy pork bulgogi, pork steak, marinated pork steak, pork belly, small intestines, chicken, spicy chicken, squid, & that is for the A-Menu alone. Additional types of meat selections fall into the B- & C-Menus, but we are satisfied with the selection from the A-Menu. BTW, miso soup, steamed rice, rice cakes, salad, sides like rice paper, pickled dicon radish paper, pickled rice noodles, marinated bean sprouts, kimchi, spicy cucumber, spiced pasta are included in the A-Menu. They serve iced teas, hot teas, fountain colas, bottled & canned colas, draft beers, bottled & canned beers, including Korean beers, Korean rice wine & raspberry wines. The service was super fast. Meat was at our table as fast as we ordered it and was definitely of good quality. And all the servers were friendly. Not always the case a K-BBQs. Definitely going back to this place and soon.
Red Palace 2
18868 Norwalk Boulevard
Wow! Talk about a great bang for the buck. And great quick service. I was thoroughly impressed. So, we love Korean BBQ but there is usually something about each place that makes it less than impressive. This place pretty much checked all the boxes. The food was good and affordable, they were flexible in that you could start with the cheapest menu and if you wanted to upgrade all you did was order from the next menu. It's an A, B, C type menu: - A Menu = $11.99/per person - B Menu = $14.99/per person - C Menu = $19.99/per person Meat selections include: - beef bulgogi, beef brisket, beef belly, spicy pork, spicy pork bulgogi, pork steak, marinated pork steak, pork belly, small intestines, chicken, spicy chicken, squid, & that is for the A-Menu alone. Additional types of meat selections fall into the B- & C-Menus, but we are satisfied with the selection from the A-Menu. BTW, miso soup, steamed rice, rice cakes, salad, sides like rice paper, pickled dicon radish paper, pickled rice noodles, marinated bean sprouts, kimchi, spicy cucumber, spiced pasta are included in the A-Menu. They serve iced teas, hot teas, fountain colas, bottled & canned colas, draft beers, bottled & canned beers, including Korean beers, Korean rice wine & raspberry wines. The service was super fast. Meat was at our table as fast as we ordered it and was definitely of good quality. And all the servers were friendly. Not always the case a K-BBQs. Definitely going back to this place and soon.

LONG BEACH MUST SEE'S

The seventh most populated city in California, Long Beach has plenty to recommend it. In fact, you might say it’s the perfect microcosm of the state - from the stunning shoreline and little islands to the shopping and entertainment. You can savor the idyllic California sunshine, and emerge yourself in some of the country’s most interesting history, before making some memories of your very own. If you’re making a trip, then there are some things to do in Long Beach that you simply must not miss!
The Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center is a convention center located in Long Beach, California. Built on the former site of the Long Beach Municipal Auditorium; the venue is composed of the Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach Arena and the Long Beach Performing Arts Center.
Long Beach Convention Center
100 South Pine Avenue
The Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center is a convention center located in Long Beach, California. Built on the former site of the Long Beach Municipal Auditorium; the venue is composed of the Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach Arena and the Long Beach Performing Arts Center.
This public aquarium sits on a 5-acre site on Long Beach's Rainbow Harbor. It is home for over 11 000 animals and represents around 500 different species. Some of the climates that the permanent exhibitions focus on the seascapes of the Pacific Ocean. They're split into three parts: sunny Southern California and Baja, the reefs of the Tropical Pacific, and the icy waters of the Northern Pacific.
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Aquarium of the Pacific
100 Aquarium Way
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This public aquarium sits on a 5-acre site on Long Beach's Rainbow Harbor. It is home for over 11 000 animals and represents around 500 different species. Some of the climates that the permanent exhibitions focus on the seascapes of the Pacific Ocean. They're split into three parts: sunny Southern California and Baja, the reefs of the Tropical Pacific, and the icy waters of the Northern Pacific.
Named after the famous Italian city, Naples is a neighborhood built on three islands located in Alamitos Bay. As you might expect, this part of the city is particularly famous for its gondola trips through the canals which join up the island. Rides have been offered here since 1982, and Long Beach is one of only eight places on the West where you can ride in a gondola.
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Naples
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Named after the famous Italian city, Naples is a neighborhood built on three islands located in Alamitos Bay. As you might expect, this part of the city is particularly famous for its gondola trips through the canals which join up the island. Rides have been offered here since 1982, and Long Beach is one of only eight places on the West where you can ride in a gondola.
Known as DTLB, downtown Long Beach is made up of four main neighborhoods, each with its own distinct personality. East Village: This arty neighborhood is the home of boutique shops, independent suppliers, and is proud of its distinctly indie atmosphere. It's the perfect spot for people who enjoy their artisan coffees and riding bicycles. North Pine is renowned for its food, where restaurants and dessert stores have taken over what was once typically office land. Pine Ave. & The Promenade is the activity and entertainment hub of DTLB. It's home to some of the country's most celebrated gastropubs. West Gateway is the financial and civic center of DTLB, home to the World Trade Center and the Deukmejian Courthouse.
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Downtown
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Known as DTLB, downtown Long Beach is made up of four main neighborhoods, each with its own distinct personality. East Village: This arty neighborhood is the home of boutique shops, independent suppliers, and is proud of its distinctly indie atmosphere. It's the perfect spot for people who enjoy their artisan coffees and riding bicycles. North Pine is renowned for its food, where restaurants and dessert stores have taken over what was once typically office land. Pine Ave. & The Promenade is the activity and entertainment hub of DTLB. It's home to some of the country's most celebrated gastropubs. West Gateway is the financial and civic center of DTLB, home to the World Trade Center and the Deukmejian Courthouse.
This arty neighborhood is the home of boutique shops, independent suppliers, and is proud of its distinctly indie atmosphere. It's the perfect spot for people who enjoy their artisan coffees and riding bicycles.
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East Village
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This arty neighborhood is the home of boutique shops, independent suppliers, and is proud of its distinctly indie atmosphere. It's the perfect spot for people who enjoy their artisan coffees and riding bicycles.
Pine Ave. & The Promenade is the activity and entertainment hub of DTLB. It's home to some of the country's most celebrated gastropubs.
The Promenade
246-298 North Locust Avenue
Pine Ave. & The Promenade is the activity and entertainment hub of DTLB. It's home to some of the country's most celebrated gastropubs.
Pine Avenue Pier
Built in 1936, the Queen Mary was a luxury cruise ship in the vein of the doomed Titanic. She completed her 516th and final voyage to Long Beach, California, in December 1967. Today, this beautiful ship is a top tier hotel. The suites have been lovingly restored, and many have their original art deco accents and beautiful wooden floors. However, if you're not looking to stay overnight, you can still visit the famous restaurant, the British pub, or the sundeck tearoom, or the 1930s style cocktail bar with original artwork.
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The Queen Mary
1126 Queens Highway
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Built in 1936, the Queen Mary was a luxury cruise ship in the vein of the doomed Titanic. She completed her 516th and final voyage to Long Beach, California, in December 1967. Today, this beautiful ship is a top tier hotel. The suites have been lovingly restored, and many have their original art deco accents and beautiful wooden floors. However, if you're not looking to stay overnight, you can still visit the famous restaurant, the British pub, or the sundeck tearoom, or the 1930s style cocktail bar with original artwork.
Shoreline Village, or the Village as it’s known, is a family-friendly place by day and a romantic area for a date by night. Styled like a Cape Cod fishing village, Shoreline Village overlooks Long Beach’s Rainbow Harbor. There are plenty of activities you can choose from, from harbor cruises to visiting the antique carousel or going to check out the views from Parkers Lighthouse.
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Shoreline Village
429 Shoreline Village Drive
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Shoreline Village, or the Village as it’s known, is a family-friendly place by day and a romantic area for a date by night. Styled like a Cape Cod fishing village, Shoreline Village overlooks Long Beach’s Rainbow Harbor. There are plenty of activities you can choose from, from harbor cruises to visiting the antique carousel or going to check out the views from Parkers Lighthouse.
Only three miles from downtown Long Beach, Belmont Shore offers a wide range of shopping - from major retailers through to independent shops. Not only that, but there are over 50 establishments you can visit if you feel in need of food or drink, ranging from quick and easy fast food through to fine dining. Many of the sidewalk patios are also available if you’d like a spot of al fresco dining.
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Belmont Shore
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Only three miles from downtown Long Beach, Belmont Shore offers a wide range of shopping - from major retailers through to independent shops. Not only that, but there are over 50 establishments you can visit if you feel in need of food or drink, ranging from quick and easy fast food through to fine dining. Many of the sidewalk patios are also available if you’d like a spot of al fresco dining.
THE ONLY MUSEUM IN THE U.S. DEDICATED TO MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICAN AND LATINO ART. VISIT Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun 11:00am–5:00pm Thursday 11:00 AM–9:00 PM MOLAA is closed on Mondays & Tuesdays. CONTACT MOLAA (562) 437-1689 628 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach, CA, 90802, United States HISTORY The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) was founded in 1996 in Long Beach, California and serves the greater Los Angeles area. MOLAA is the only museum in the United States dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American and Latino art. Since its inception, MOLAA has doubled its size and added a 15,000 sq. ft. sculpture garden. Its permanent collection now numbers over 1,600 works of art. The Museum is located in the city’s rapidly developing East Village Arts District. Between 1913 and 1918 the site that the Museum now occupies was home to the Balboa Amusement Producing Company, then the World’s most productive and innovative silent film studio. Before there was a Hollywood, Balboa was the king of the silver screen, producing as much as 20,000 feet of negative film a week. The building that was renovated and became MOLAA’s Balboa Events Center may have been part of the old Balboa film studios. MOLAA’s exhibition galleries, administrative offices and store are housed in what was once a roller skating rink known as the Hippodrome. Built in the late 1920s, after the film studios were gone, the Hippodrome was a haven for skaters for four decades. The building then served as a senior health center for fifteen years. The high vaulted ceilings and beautiful wooden floors were perfectly suited for the Hippodrome's final metamorphosis into the Museum of Latin American Art.
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Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)
628 Alamitos Avenue
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THE ONLY MUSEUM IN THE U.S. DEDICATED TO MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICAN AND LATINO ART. VISIT Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun 11:00am–5:00pm Thursday 11:00 AM–9:00 PM MOLAA is closed on Mondays & Tuesdays. CONTACT MOLAA (562) 437-1689 628 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach, CA, 90802, United States HISTORY The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) was founded in 1996 in Long Beach, California and serves the greater Los Angeles area. MOLAA is the only museum in the United States dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American and Latino art. Since its inception, MOLAA has doubled its size and added a 15,000 sq. ft. sculpture garden. Its permanent collection now numbers over 1,600 works of art. The Museum is located in the city’s rapidly developing East Village Arts District. Between 1913 and 1918 the site that the Museum now occupies was home to the Balboa Amusement Producing Company, then the World’s most productive and innovative silent film studio. Before there was a Hollywood, Balboa was the king of the silver screen, producing as much as 20,000 feet of negative film a week. The building that was renovated and became MOLAA’s Balboa Events Center may have been part of the old Balboa film studios. MOLAA’s exhibition galleries, administrative offices and store are housed in what was once a roller skating rink known as the Hippodrome. Built in the late 1920s, after the film studios were gone, the Hippodrome was a haven for skaters for four decades. The building then served as a senior health center for fifteen years. The high vaulted ceilings and beautiful wooden floors were perfectly suited for the Hippodrome's final metamorphosis into the Museum of Latin American Art.

BEACHES

Bolsa Chica State Beach is a public ocean beach in Orange County, California, United States. It is located north of Huntington Beach and south of the community of Sunset Beach. This beach is used for surf fishing, especially in the tidal inlet channel at the southern end. Bolsa Chica State Beach is a popular state beach, drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors to its location south of the community of Sunset Beach in Orange County. This area was once called "Tin Can Beach" and became a state beach in 1960. Bolsa Chica is a perfect place to go surfing, sunbathing, play volleyball, enjoy water sports, hold family outings or to watch the sun set. Average summer temperatures range in the high 70's-80's, while winter brings slightly cooler temperatures to the mid-60's. The beach consistently draws prime waves and the surf breaks in shallower water, causing incoming waves to form a desirable curled shape as they crest.  Bolsa Chica is also a place for surf fishing of perch, corbina, California corbina, croaker, cabezon, shovelnose guitar fish and sand shark. At new and full moons during the summer, visitors can enjoy bare-handed fishing for California grunion, a species that only spawns on sandy southern California beaches. Under state law, these fish may be caught by hand with a fishing permit. Wildlife and bird watching are also popular at this state beach. The Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve is located across the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) from the beach and is operated by the California Department of Fish and Game.  The Bolsa Chica State Beach Visitor Center features year-round interpretative displays and exhibits. The State Beach has 50 campsites with electric and water hookups for self-contained RVs. Picnic tables, outdoor showers and restrooms are accessible. A beach wheelchair is available for loan, with ramps for sand access. There is a paved beachside trail that runs for 8.5 miles between Bolsa Chica and Huntington State Beaches. NOTE: Tent camping is not allowed at Bolsa Chica State Beach. Fire rings are available every day of the year from 6 am to 10 pm.
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Bolsa Chica State Beach
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Bolsa Chica State Beach is a public ocean beach in Orange County, California, United States. It is located north of Huntington Beach and south of the community of Sunset Beach. This beach is used for surf fishing, especially in the tidal inlet channel at the southern end. Bolsa Chica State Beach is a popular state beach, drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors to its location south of the community of Sunset Beach in Orange County. This area was once called "Tin Can Beach" and became a state beach in 1960. Bolsa Chica is a perfect place to go surfing, sunbathing, play volleyball, enjoy water sports, hold family outings or to watch the sun set. Average summer temperatures range in the high 70's-80's, while winter brings slightly cooler temperatures to the mid-60's. The beach consistently draws prime waves and the surf breaks in shallower water, causing incoming waves to form a desirable curled shape as they crest.  Bolsa Chica is also a place for surf fishing of perch, corbina, California corbina, croaker, cabezon, shovelnose guitar fish and sand shark. At new and full moons during the summer, visitors can enjoy bare-handed fishing for California grunion, a species that only spawns on sandy southern California beaches. Under state law, these fish may be caught by hand with a fishing permit. Wildlife and bird watching are also popular at this state beach. The Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve is located across the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) from the beach and is operated by the California Department of Fish and Game.  The Bolsa Chica State Beach Visitor Center features year-round interpretative displays and exhibits. The State Beach has 50 campsites with electric and water hookups for self-contained RVs. Picnic tables, outdoor showers and restrooms are accessible. A beach wheelchair is available for loan, with ramps for sand access. There is a paved beachside trail that runs for 8.5 miles between Bolsa Chica and Huntington State Beaches. NOTE: Tent camping is not allowed at Bolsa Chica State Beach. Fire rings are available every day of the year from 6 am to 10 pm.
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Venice Beach
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MUSEUMS

THE ONLY MUSEUM IN THE U.S. DEDICATED TO MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICAN AND LATINO ART. VISIT Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun 11:00am–5:00pm Thursday 11:00 AM–9:00 PM MOLAA is closed on Mondays & Tuesdays. CONTACT MOLAA (562) 437-1689 628 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach, CA, 90802, United States HISTORY The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) was founded in 1996 in Long Beach, California and serves the greater Los Angeles area. MOLAA is the only museum in the United States dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American and Latino art. Since its inception, MOLAA has doubled its size and added a 15,000 sq. ft. sculpture garden. Its permanent collection now numbers over 1,600 works of art. The Museum is located in the city’s rapidly developing East Village Arts District. Between 1913 and 1918 the site that the Museum now occupies was home to the Balboa Amusement Producing Company, then the World’s most productive and innovative silent film studio. Before there was a Hollywood, Balboa was the king of the silver screen, producing as much as 20,000 feet of negative film a week. The building that was renovated and became MOLAA’s Balboa Events Center may have been part of the old Balboa film studios. MOLAA’s exhibition galleries, administrative offices and store are housed in what was once a roller skating rink known as the Hippodrome. Built in the late 1920s, after the film studios were gone, the Hippodrome was a haven for skaters for four decades. The building then served as a senior health center for fifteen years. The high vaulted ceilings and beautiful wooden floors were perfectly suited for the Hippodrome's final metamorphosis into the Museum of Latin American Art.
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Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)
628 Alamitos Avenue
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THE ONLY MUSEUM IN THE U.S. DEDICATED TO MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICAN AND LATINO ART. VISIT Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun 11:00am–5:00pm Thursday 11:00 AM–9:00 PM MOLAA is closed on Mondays & Tuesdays. CONTACT MOLAA (562) 437-1689 628 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach, CA, 90802, United States HISTORY The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) was founded in 1996 in Long Beach, California and serves the greater Los Angeles area. MOLAA is the only museum in the United States dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American and Latino art. Since its inception, MOLAA has doubled its size and added a 15,000 sq. ft. sculpture garden. Its permanent collection now numbers over 1,600 works of art. The Museum is located in the city’s rapidly developing East Village Arts District. Between 1913 and 1918 the site that the Museum now occupies was home to the Balboa Amusement Producing Company, then the World’s most productive and innovative silent film studio. Before there was a Hollywood, Balboa was the king of the silver screen, producing as much as 20,000 feet of negative film a week. The building that was renovated and became MOLAA’s Balboa Events Center may have been part of the old Balboa film studios. MOLAA’s exhibition galleries, administrative offices and store are housed in what was once a roller skating rink known as the Hippodrome. Built in the late 1920s, after the film studios were gone, the Hippodrome was a haven for skaters for four decades. The building then served as a senior health center for fifteen years. The high vaulted ceilings and beautiful wooden floors were perfectly suited for the Hippodrome's final metamorphosis into the Museum of Latin American Art.

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L.A. LIVE is the sports and entertainment district that surrounds STAPLES Center and Microsoft Theater. The campus features sports and music venues, night clubs, restaurants, a bowling alley, museum and movie theaters. L.A. LIVE is the premier destination for live entertainment in Downtown Los Angeles. L.A. LIVE is located in downtown Los Angeles, across from STAPLES Center, at the intersection of Olympic Boulevard and Figueroa Street. Contact Information 800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles 90015 213-763-5483
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L.A. Live
800 W Olympic Blvd
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L.A. LIVE is the sports and entertainment district that surrounds STAPLES Center and Microsoft Theater. The campus features sports and music venues, night clubs, restaurants, a bowling alley, museum and movie theaters. L.A. LIVE is the premier destination for live entertainment in Downtown Los Angeles. L.A. LIVE is located in downtown Los Angeles, across from STAPLES Center, at the intersection of Olympic Boulevard and Figueroa Street. Contact Information 800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles 90015 213-763-5483
There’s a reason why the Sta. Monica Pier attracts millions of visitors yearly, including locals that live in the area. There’s the beach, the aquarium, the bike lane, and probably the most famous site of all while there, the Ferris Wheel. You can actually choose to spend an entire day here enjoying the water, the breeze, the shops and cafes, and loads of other sights at the Pier. No matter how much time you’re there, it’ll be fun for sure!
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Santa Monica Pier
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There’s a reason why the Sta. Monica Pier attracts millions of visitors yearly, including locals that live in the area. There’s the beach, the aquarium, the bike lane, and probably the most famous site of all while there, the Ferris Wheel. You can actually choose to spend an entire day here enjoying the water, the breeze, the shops and cafes, and loads of other sights at the Pier. No matter how much time you’re there, it’ll be fun for sure!