Posted on Sep 27, 2013 | Comments 0
If you are planning on taking a trip to LA you should know that it’s not a must to rent a car to see what the city has to offer. There is a lot you can see even if you are by foot or if you are using public transportation.
The Grammy Museum
The museum comes with four floors all dedicated to the history of pop music. Here you will find the first homemade bottleneck guitar and the latest equipment used in the music scene. There are special exhibits dedicated to Bob Marley, Barbara Streisand, John Lennon, and Michael Jackson. There are also live acts and temporary exhibitions.
If you are one of the people who can really appreciate tequila, this is the place for you. It carries a lot of different kinds of tequila and since it’s not enough to drink, there are some five star chefs who serve special dishes from the Latin cuisine.
The Space Shuttle
In case you are fascinated by space travel, this is the right place for you. There are a lot of exposed spaceships for you to take a look at. Many of the spaceships that you can find here are veterans of the space programs. The entrance fee is quite inexpensive, so you should make sure to include it among your destinations.
Old Town Pasadena
This is a walkable neighborhood that offers a lot of options regarding shopping, dining, art galleries and theaters. If you walk through the neighborhood you will get a feel of the old town. You should make sure that you take a look at the old city hall. If you are watching TV shows maybe you will recognize some of the places.
Hollywood Boulevard has a lot of attractions to offer, such as the Chinese Theater, the Egyptian Theater, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, the El Capital Theater Complex, and the Dolby Theater. If you like martinis, you should make sure you don’t forget to make a stop at Musso and Frank.
Koreatown offers a lot of affordably priced Korean spas. Although some people might think otherwise, Korean spas aren’t only for those wealthy. It is also accessible for average families and groups of friends. The good news is that they are open 24/7 so you don’t have to worry about being pressured by time.
As you can see, you don’t really need a car to admire the city.
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