Los Angeles

Los Angeles is the most populous city in California. It is also widely known as the heart of the film industry, and its unofficial name is City of Angels. LA is always happy to share its culture and nature.


Diddy Riese Cookies

Probably, the best dish in the whole LA is an ice-cream sandwich. There are 11 flavors of cookies that cover ice cream, including macadamia, cinnamon, peanut butter, and many more. Twelve ice cream flavors are available to build your own sandwich combination. Cooked by the family recipes, these desserts boast excellent original taste. 


French Dipped Sandwich is the specialty of Phillipe's that has been located in LA since 1908. A French roll is naturally saturated with gravy from various fried meats: roast lamb, pork, pastrami, turkey, or beef. You can ask to add Blue, American, Cheddar, Swiss, or Monterey Jack cheese. 


Old Town Music Hall

If you are a cinema fan, come to El Segundo to watch the vintage sound and silent films. This fantastic landmark also hosts live concerts performed by famous musicians playing ragtime, jazz, and old music that was popular in the past. One would enjoy a pipe organ accompanying the silent films – just like it was happening many years ago.

Urban Light by LACMA

Since its installation in 2008, this exhibit by Chris Burden has been visited by thousands of people. Spotted outside LACMA (on Wilshire Blvd.), this sculpture comprises 202 street lamps, many of which were restored after use through 1920-1930ss in Southern California.


Mulholland Drive

This epic winding road goes to the Santa Monica Mountains. It was built long ago and had almost remained unchanged since then. So you feel a kind of Hollywood history vibes there. With a decent soundtrack, anyone would feel like a rockstar cruising along the Mulholland. David Lynch even called this road mysterious.

Carbon Beach    

You will not see many tourists on this narrow shore as people consider it private. Indeed, owners of luxury houses have tried to block access there, but the California Coastal Commission opened three entries to this "Billionaire Beach" (nicknamed by locals). Note that there is no parking, restrooms, public trash cans, or lifeguards available.


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