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Parques y naturaleza en Los Ángeles

Observatory
“The Griffith Observatory is a facility in Los Angeles, California, sitting on the south-facing slope of Mount Hollywood in Los Angeles' Griffith Park. It commands a view of the Los Angeles Basin, including Downtown Los Angeles to the southeast, Hollywood to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest. The observatory is a popular tourist attraction with a close view of the Hollywood Sign and an extensive array of space and science-related displays. Admission has been free since the observatory's opening in 1935, in accordance with the will of Griffith J. Griffith, the benefactor after whom the observatory is named. ”
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Parque
“Just two blocks from Hollywood Boulevard, Runyon Canyon Park is an often overlooked urban park that offers some great views. Atop the canyon, you can glimpse views of the San Fernando Valley and the Pacific Ocean, as well as the Hollywood Sign and Giffith Observatory. The park also boasts several hiking trails and is a popular spot for celebrities to exercise. Travelers say that the canyon is reminiscent of Old Hollywood with several old mansions and estates scattered throughout the park – keep your eyes peeled as you follow the trail. ”
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Parque
“Big park with great trails ranging in difficulties. Very family friendly. Greek theater nearby.”
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Museum
“Explore the grounds for free or check out the La Brea Tar Pits Museum. From June 28 to November 24, Serpentine Gallery is presenting an outdoor installation from Spanish architects SelgasCano featuring a criss-cross of airy rainbow tunnels. ”
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Restaurante francés
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“This rooftop bar/restaurant has nice ambiance and is a great place for take in the sunset. Great place to meet up for drinks. ”
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Canal
“Combine seeing the beautiful Venice Canals with a walk down trendy and fun Abbot Kinney Blvd. ”
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Lake
“This park is beautiful and featured in many commercials and films. Go for a picnic, a nice walk around the lake, and take a swan paddleboat out on the lake! The cafe at the lake, The Beacon, has delicious food and drinks. ”
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Mirador
“An oil-rig studded hill on the edge of Culver City’s industrial zone is an odd place for a state park. But that’s all part of this urban overlook’s understated charm. A destination for exercisers south of the 10 freeway, the park’s main draw is the steps: more than 260 stone slabs that deliver hikers—breathless, aching—to the top in under 20 minutes. If it’s your first time, don’t look back until you reach the top. That way you’ll maximize the surprise of this north-gazing view of L.A.’s east-to-west spine—far less photographed than the standard postcard pic snapped from south-facing Hollywood Hills, but just as worthy. Peer east toward Downtown’s skyline and the sprawl of South L.A. To the north and west, Century City high-rises and Westwood’s Mormon temple cut imposing figures, with the Santa Monica Mountains serving as a smoky backdrop. At happy hour, a no-frills workout scene flourishes, with people streaming into the park up until the moment it closes at sunset (and after). The hill’s central location and low-key crowd make you feel like you’re above the city, and within it, all at the same time.”
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Beach
“The pier stretches out from the Strand, the South Bay's beachside strip with some of the country's most expensive real estate. There's a free aquarium at the end of the pier, volleyball nets on the beaches, and endless sun and waves.”
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Parque
“Great park especially in the summer for kids. They have an outdoor splash pad that's open 24 hours a day. Cool views of historic downtown buildings, too. ”
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Parque
“There is a parking fee about $6 on weekends though free parking Monday-Friday. Easy to moderate hiking trails. Playgrounds, ponds, ducks, geese, and exercise equipment (top of the park). Excellent views of DTLA and the LA Basin. There is parking near the entrance and on top of the hill. ”
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Beach
“Frat party meets millionaires row. Home to Britney Spears and other interesting celebs ;)”
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State / Provincial Park
“Topanga State Park is a California state park located in the Santa Monica Mountains, within Los Angeles County, California. It is part of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. The park is located adjacent to the community of Topanga, within the City of Los Angeles. Covering 11,000 acres (45 km²), with thirty-six miles of trails and unimproved roads, the park's boundaries stretch from Topanga Canyon to Pacific Palisades and Mullholland Drive. There are more than 60 trail entrances. Topanga State Park is not only the largest park in the Santa Monica Mountains, but it's also considered to be the largest park located in the limits of a city. Enjoy ocean views from chaparral-covered ridges or relax in shaded oak groves.”
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Lugar para desayunar
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“Picturesque botanic gardens and oak forests showcasing native plants, water features and a casual cafe”
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Observatory
“Want to see the stars in the sky and overlook ALL of LA? Well don't pass this undeniable must see up. Great for the whole family or romantically holding hands with your loved one and taking in the scene.”
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Barrio
“Awesome area downtown that has many breweries, restaurants, and amazing street art. Try Angel City Brewing for a good beer or Pie Hole for the best desserts in town”
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