Los Angeles..on a clear day I can see the Hollywood sign all the way up Van Ness Ave

PART I Griffith Observatory The Getty Center Hollywood Walk of Fame Venice Beach Griffith Park Natural History Museum Universal Studios Hollywood Los Angeles Central Library Runyon Canyon Park Santa Monica Bay Los Angeles Opera House

Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California We visited in 2006 and it is an imposing city. I couldn't say I loved it but It was very interesting to visit. I certainly couldn't live here, the way I could San Francisco but it is a bucket list must

I wanna see things I haven't seen yet I can't I would take the chance if I could but I can't .i wanna experience the life of no care or no worries >>>wow

I enjoyed living there for awhile.my favorite place to eat was The oldest existing In-N-Out Burger, On East Foothill in East Pasadena, California

San Francisco Travel Poster GG Bridge 1960s. My daughter graduated from San Franisco Golden Gate University and lived in the area for  years.  She was there when earthquake hit SF.

San Francisco Travel Poster GG Bridge My daughter graduated from San Franisco Golden Gate University and lived in the area for years. She was there when earthquake hit SF.

Universal Studios - Hollywood, CA                                                                                                                                                                                 Mais

Californie, Los Angeles, Hollywood, Universal Studios ♥ Roll out the Red Carpet, Pittsburgh Jim Finnegan are checking this one off the bucket list!

Santa Monica Pier

The fun and famous Santa Monica Pier. Our top selections of Healthy & Delicious Places to Dine in Santa Monica that should not be missed.Santa Monica,Los Angels, CIty of California.

Runyon Canyon Park is a 160-acre park in Los Angeles, California, at the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains, managed by the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks.

Hikes Runyon Canyon Park in Los Angeles, California, at the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains, managed by the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks.

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