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Me and my boyfriend (21 and 23) are planning a trip at the end of this month in south Lake Tahoe. What hotels are the best for our age group, and is centrally located. Also what are some fun things to do within walking distance? Besides skiing or snowboarding! Just need a list of some things to do in south Lake Tahoe on a weekend!
For my sixteenth birthday I just want to spend it with my close friends, I want to getaway and just celebrate it with them... have a good time, but my friends are both female and male and I want something we can all enjoy and remember. Any ideas? Please help.
I would like to use my I phone 4S in California and Las Vegas. Last time we were in California we went to a booth in a shopping centre and bought a pre paid sim. That was an older non smart phone. Would the procedure be much the same? I cant remember the company but maybe some one could suggest companies they have used.
hi Looking for Honset trustworthy single parent travelling to LOS Angeles with young children to travel togther with me
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I'll be travelling with my 2 young kids age 7-10yrs old, to USA, LosAngeles frm 16March 2014 to 23Mrch 2014
. My Questions is it safe for me to travel around Los angles with my 2 young kids?
how do I get around frm anaheim to downtown LA?
how can i go to San diego frm Anaheim?. factory outlet
how can I go to Vegas frm Anaheim?
how do i buy disneyland, universal studio, knotts tickets
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I would like your advice . I will stay for a week in West Hollywood - Near Santa Monica Boulevard, 5 mins walk to Troubadour... Is it an unsafe area to stay on my own over there?
Is it easy to take bus from there to get around?
I'm not planning to get a car as I'm not comfortable with it.
Then, I have to find another accommodation for the last 4 days - preference to be: nearer to Union street Hilton Hotel to get the San Fran bus...
Have you got any place to recommend without being too far from the Kodak Theater (as I would like to see the academy awards event)?
Many thanks for your help.
Hello VTs! My family is planning a trip up the CA coast from the LA area north to SF. Any advice on where to stop, what to see and when to go would be appreciated! We have a 7-10 day timeframe including flying in and out from D/FW.
Some things we really want to add in are: Disney, Big Sur for horseback riding and seeing redwoods.
It's so awesome to be able to receive advice from well traveled people. Thank you. :)
Firstly can anyone please suggest where to park - we will be staying at Pinole/Berkeley and will be jet lagged - hence we could not face commuting in on public transport
Suggestions please as to what to see - OK we will want to see the famous bridge, but have been warned off Fisherman's Wharf as it is touristy. We would like to do a trip around the bay, but other than that we would appreciated suggestions of what to see - we are not into shopping. I have been pouring over the maps and we want to see as much as possible, preferably walking - would it pay us to buy a day ticket for the cable car??
Would it be worth our while doing a hop on hop off bus tour - also suggestions for a quick bite to eat - we're not against McDonalds as they fill a hole.
All suggestions greatly appreciated
I am stock shooter. I supply photos to educational textbooks, travel media.
My March-April itinerary is SYD-BNE-MEL-HNL-LAX.
At each location I am looking for free observation decks
or high floor restaurants, hotels, office buildings where
I can take city views -- no window better than window.
Any advice from those "in the know" appreciated. Thanks!
(am posting to each destination's forum, no cross posting intended)
I am an 19 year old female who will be travelling to Los Angeles this August with my friend who is also a girl and the same age as me.
Before all the "you cant survive in LA without a car" comments, I would like to make it clear that I cannot drive in my own country (UK) let alone in the USA. Also, I wouldn't be old enough to rent a car.
I will be staying minutes from Hollywood Boulevard. Obviously we would like to go to all the different touristic attractions such as Universal studios, disneyland and magic mountains etc, but how difficult would it be to go to these places by public transport?
I would also like to visit chinatown/olvera street/j-town... are these also easy to get to by public transport? and how about beverly hills/venice beach/santa monica?
Is it safe to visit East LA? I would like to visit Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights to hear the mariachi play music but there are mixed opinions regarding this area.
Lastly, what kind of people use public transport? and should I dress down when using the bus/metro? LOL dont be offended, its just that British people worry too much.
We will spend 5 nights in the Carmel area end of April. We are looking for a nice romantic hotel with access to walks by the ocean and other points of interest. We would be grateful for any advice from all you seasoned travellers. This is our first vacation for a few years so we don't mind spending a little more than usual.
What will the weather be like then?
Thank you in anticipation.
We're a couple in our late 20s from Australia and will be traveling to California in mid-April. We will start in San Francisco, and have to be in L.A within four days.
Does anyone have suggestions about where we should aim? We definitely want to do Highway 1. Would you reccommend a night in Monterey, Carmel? San Luis Obispo? Pismo? Santa Barbara?
Also, would it be worth trying to have a night in Napa or Sonoma before we head south?
Any suggestions are hugely appreciated!
Start of April, 5-night stay, using public transportation;
want to photograph shopping, dining, attractions, culture, education, etc.
real people doing real things, daily life, street scenes, etc.
composed this list from Internet, is anything outdated or closed?
Comments, advice, help adding to list appreciated!
Using small hand held camera...
1. Sunset Strip: legendary 1.5-mile stretch of Sunset Boulevard
2. forecourt of TCL Chinese Theatre, Movie fans compare their hands and feet to those of stars
3. Madame Tussauds Hollywood wax figure on display near the box office entrance off Hollywood Blvd
4. Chainsaw jugglers, swamis on rollerblades, street dancers, amazing street entertainers Venice Beach
5. Window shop Rodeo Drive: Beverly Hills
6. Griffith Observatory: exhibitions, Griffith Park
7. LA’s Fashion District: premier shopping
8. 5 cultural attractions within walking distance in USC/Exposition Park
9. LA’s murals in Metro Stations
10. El Pueblo Historical Monument: LA’s birthplace original settlement
11. Olvera Street: shop, mariachi music, folkloric dances, Mexican restaurants. Avila Adobe, oldest existing house in LA. Other historic buildings include Old Plaza Church, Old Plaza Firehouse.
12. Leimert Park Village, Crenshaw dist., African Amer shops, galleries, coffee shops, restaurants, jazz clubs
13. Chinatown, culture, galleries, Chung King Road, hip and young
14. Little Ethiopia, culture
15. Little Tokyo, culture
16. The NoHo Arts District (North Hollywood) square-mile, galleries, public art, theaters, boutiques, vintage clothing stores, ethnic restaurants, outdoor cafes
17. Watts Towers: 33-yr work by Italian immigrant, 17 interconnected structures, American Naive art
Planning to spend a couple of days in SF with my wife and 2 kids (12, 16). Will be coming from the south end of San Diego (5 exits from the intl border), driving around 1 am on the 22 MAR (mostly to avoid traffic and the time constraint), planning to stop by McWay Waterfall Trailhead in Big Sur, and spending some time at the Monterey Aquarium then check in on our hotel by SF Fishermans Wharf later that afternoon...will this drive possible? I consider the distance, and I can get the rest/sleep I needed before the drive (the perks of being self-employed). Will be spending Sunday with the Hop On/Hop Off tours then Alcatraz at night, visit Muir Woods on Monday before driving back to San Diego....its a very tight schedule, and wondering if this is possible...what would you guys recommend visiting in San Francisco? thank you in advance
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