10 Fresh Budget-Conscious Ways to See Los Angeles

09/26/2012

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If you’ve already checked out our popular “100 Free Things to Do” article, it might be time for another dose of both eco-friendly and budget-conscious ways to see Los Angeles. So here are 10 more ideas to see L.A. without spending a lot of cash.

A Los Angeles Budget Itinerary

09/26/2012

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Los Angeles has a lot of glitz and glam, but that doesn’t mean you have to empty your wallet to visit the city’s top attractions. Follow this wallet-friendly itinerary, or craft your own with our list of 100 free things to do in LA.

Gay Los Angeles: West Hollywood

09/25/2012

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West Hollywood is the thumping heart of Southern California’s gay community. L.A.’s Gay Pride Parade and Festival takes place here each June, and half a million people gather for the annual Halloween Carnaval. The rest of the year, it’s busy day and night with cafés, gyms, restaurants, bars and dance clubs.

Disability Access at Los Angeles Airports

09/19/2012

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Los Angeles airports are committed to ensuring the best travel experience and equal access to all of its passengers and visitors, including those with disabilities and special needs.

Space Landmarks in LA

09/15/2012

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Los Angeles has long been known for its car culture. Now, with the arrival of the Space Shuttle Endeavour at the California Science Center, space exploration is on the minds of local and visiting space-travel enthusiasts. When you visit LA, you can see a variety of historical and futuristic space exhibitions and attractions.

Celebrate the Holiday Season in Los Angeles

09/15/2012

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The holiday season is quickly approaching, and Los Angeles is a perfect place to celebrate. Join celebrities and local bands as they parade along Hollywood Boulevard during the Hollywood Christmas Parade taking place Thanksgiving Weekend. The Skirball Cultural Center is the site of the annual Hanukkah Family Festival where visitors of all faiths can learn more about the traditions that make up Hanukkah. Olvera Street, the site where the City of Los Angeles was founded, is the annual site of the Las Posadas procession, which reenacts the journey of Mary and Joseph as they searched for shelter in Bethlehem on Christmas Eve. And be sure to celebrate Grinchmas with everyone’s favorite Grinch when Whoville comes to Universal Studios Hollywood.

Fashion's Night Out

09/15/2012

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On Sept. 6, shopping centers, department stores and boutiques all around Los Angeles celebrated the fashion industry by participating in the fourth annual Fashion’s Night Out, a worldwide shopping event created by Vogue editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour. Lucky for visitors to Los Angeles, fashion can be found everyday in LA…especially at the Los Angeles Fashion District featuring the latest trends in fashion from LA’s up-and-coming designers. The LA Fashion District is comprised of more than 1,000 stores located in 90 blocks in Downtown Los Angeles. Some of the highlights are Santee Alley, The European Corridor, The Intersection and the Menswear District. You'll find everything from tuxedos to hip jeans to lingerie, so get ready for a shopping adventure. For a more “hands-on” shopping experience, download a shopping tour podcast, complete with commentary, music and the sounds of the LA Fashion District. Since it’s hard to know where to start when you have so much to choose from, make sure to download the Fashion District map.

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