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The coastal towns south of Los Angeles offer the right mix of high style and surf culture. T+L maps an easy three-day itinerary.
The West Coast may lag an hour to three behind the rest of the country, but Los Angeles has always been way out ahead when it comes to the nation’s tastes. Here are 26 reasons why.
T+L looks for traces of the area’s rock ‘n’ roll past, and finds its cool bohemian culture lives on.
Forget fancy monikers and complicated menus: Los Angeles restaurants are taking their names from the down-home foods they serve. Here, our picks.
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Mass transit in L.A. - It exists! And it includes a comprehensive bus system serving most major streets and a clean subway running from downtown through Hollywood and into the San Fernando Valley. Light-rail lines connect downtown with Pasadena and Long Beach, too. A Day Pass for all these options is just $7; call Metro at 1-800-COMMUTE or visit www.mta.net for more info.
Flying to L.A. - Since Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is one of the world’s busiest, it’s a good idea to consider Bob Hope Airport (a.k.a. Burbank/Glendale/Pasadena Airport) or Long Beach Airport instead, both of which are easy to get in and out of quickly. SuperShuttle (www.supershuttle.com) and Xpress Shuttle (www.xpressshuttle.com) both have service from these airports to downtown L.A.
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