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Venice Beach
Venice Beach is known for its eclectic collection of street artists and street performers. Street vendors make this a great place to pick up souvenirs, too. Of course, it's a beach, so you can watch
the waves or surf them.
Universal Studios Hollywood
The magic of Hollywood is film-making, so no trip to Los Angeles could possibly be complete without a studio tour of Universal Studios. Take a ride around the studio to see some behind-the
scenes action, or take one of the theme-rides for a wild adventure that will make you feel like you're in a movie.
Rodeo Drive
This three block long stretch of shops and boutiques is famous for the most chic fashions, unique haute couture items, and designer labels. This area is known to shopped by the rich and famous and
is featured in many films including such classics as “Pretty Women.”
Chinatown
This is a great place to go if you're from a small town that doesn't have its own Chinese center. You can find Chinese trinkets and ethnic foods for a reasonable price, as well as intricate Chinese
artwork such as inlaid furniture. During Chinese New Year, Chinatown is an especially exciting place to visit.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Built by architect Frank Gehry, the Walt Disney Concert Hall is a masterpiece of architecture. You can either tour the concert hall itself which is incredible, or you can see a concert by the Los
Angeles Philharmonic. Concert tickets are somewhat difficult to get, though well worth the cost and the effort.
 
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