An Interestingly Distilled Version of Latin-American and Hispanic Culture: Olvera Street in DTLA

The curious culture of Olvera Street, which some claim to be a slightly artificial representation of Mexican and Latin-American culture, has gone on for decades and really showcases an amazing part of DTLA. By Shopping Syndra Los Angeles is beautiful not just because of its sights but also because of …

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Pasadena’s Finest Stadium for Concerts, Fireworks, and Football Games: Rose Bowl

The Rose Bowl is a one-of-a-kind venue because of its historical status in the state of California. By Sporty Shaun Built in 1922 amongst the beautiful San Gabriel Mountains, it’s a United States National Historic Landmark. It’s also the 11th-largest stadium in the entire United States! It permanently hosts the …

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Hip and Happening Shopping at 3rd Street Promenade in West LA: Santa Monica, Blocks from the Beach

Outdoor shopping area just blocks from the beach in Santa Monica with fountains, street performers, food, bars, and more. By Shopping Syndra For window shopping, Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica is an absolute mecca in this sense. Sure, the retail stores here (click here for a full listing–they include …

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