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LAX's Tom Bradley International Terminal: "Made in L.A."

09/03/2013

Discover Los Angeles

Even if you're only passing through the airport on a quick layover, there are lots of opportunities to get that L.A. feeling at LAX's new Tom Bradley International Terminal. Check out how you can get some Los Angeles style and sample some amazing local restaurants, all without leaving the airport.

My LA to Z: Ludo Lefebvre

08/21/2013

Los Angeles Magazine

The French celebrity chef behind pop-up sensation LudoBites reveals his local surf spot, and the L.A. institution where he takes his wife for a double order of spicy penne with langoustines.

My LA to Z: Rob Lowe

08/20/2013

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Marielle Wakim

The "Parks and Rec" show-stealer loves Los Angeles - "literally." Here he tells us where to find great custard pie, how to travel in style, and who the real celebs are in this town.

The Guide to Eight Great Beaches in L.A.

06/19/2013

Discover Los Angeles

Los Angeles is the best city to experience the quintessential endless summer in Southern California. We rounded up eight of the best beaches in L.A., from Malibu to the South Bay.

The Guide to Business Hotels Near LAX

06/19/2013

Tara de Lis

Hotels near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) offer an ideal home base for business travelers. There are a number of properties in the surrounding area, and each has its own unique services and amenities—some of which may surprise you. Get the inside scoop on where to stay near LAX.

Discover San Pedro Car Free

04/11/2013

Discover Los Angeles

While San Pedro is part of the city of Los Angeles, a trip there would convince a visitor otherwise, as the harbor-front community offers a truly distinctive experience. With San Pedro (pronounced “PEE-dro”) annexed to L.A. in 1909, the Port of Los Angeles was dredged shortly thereafter, creating a thriving community of about 80,000 people comprised of a fascinating mix of Greek-, Mexican-, Irish-, Italian- and Croatian-Americans. Much of the L.A. Waterfront can be explored on foot or via the 1.5-mile Waterfront Red Car Line. The truly adventurous can opt for an excellent side trip to Catalina Island.

This full-day itinerary takes approximately six to eight hours if all stops are visited. You may want to set aside an entire day to enjoy the optional trip to Catalina Island. Skip stops if you are running low on time, or want to spend more time enjoying a particular point of interest.

Recommended Methods of Travel: Walking, Water Front Red Car
Total Distance: 5 miles. Distance Walking: 1.5 miles.

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