The bustling and exciting metropolis of Los Angeles
especially since Hollywood and Disneyland are the cornerstones of Los Angeles’s
suburbs. Los Angeles is also spread throughout desert making it attractive for
the fall visitors as winter closes in with lower temperatures. Los Angeles is
one of the few places where you can enjoy the mountains, ocean, and warm weather.
Six Flags Magic Mountain is one of the more popular attractions located only 30
km from Los Angeles’s downtown core. There are also many challenging and
awe inspiring golf courses just waiting for the avid golfer to explore.
Hollywood Guinness World of Records
Would you like to know who the world’s tallest man was? Would you like to
see the world’s biggest apple? If so then you will definitely find this
place very interesting. You will see some of the world’s biggest, smallest,
and intriguing feats. There is an interactive display for you to try out.
Paramount Studio Tour
Paramount Studios is one of only a few major classic studios still in existence
in Hollywood. It’s deep history and valued traditions make this studio a
place to visit. You are very likely to see celebrities from around the world here
as this is one of their main places of work. If you want a chance at seeing someone
famous this is the place to be.
Would you like to see the grave of your favourite celebrity who has passed on?
Then you might want to check out the Celebrity Grave. Here is a list of the stars
located at this site: Gene Autry, Lucille Ball, Bette Davis, Andy Gibb, Liberace,
Ricky Nelson, and Telly Savalas, among others. At Forest Lawn – Glendale
are resting places for Gracie Allen and George Burns, Theda Bara, Humphrey Bogart,
Sammy Davis, Jr., Walt Disney, Clark Gable, and Red Skelton. If you would like
to visit the Marilyn Monroe gravesite she is buried at Westwood Memorial Park,
as are Truman Capote, Burt Lancaster, Jack Lemmon, Dean Martin, Roy Orbison, Natalie
Wood, and Darryl F. Zanuck.