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Impress Business Clients with Segway Adventure 150 150 admin

Impress Business Clients with Segway Adventure

As a business person you’re probably sick of the same old boring country club business luncheons. Next time you have a client in town, spice things up by going on a Segway tour of Los Angeles! It will certainly be something your client has not done before, and that kind of outside the box thinking…

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A New Kind Of Way To See The City 150 150 admin

A New Kind Of Way To See The City

A Segway Pt is a two wheeled, self balancing electric vehicle. You can see police offers using these types of vehicles more and more on the busy side walks to maintain order. They are also used at some theme parks by visitors and employees. They are becoming more popular. The more popular way that these…

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An LA Tour 150 150 admin

An LA Tour

Los Angeles, California is one of the most exciting cities to tour in the United States. As a small-town farm girl who grew up just outside of Kansas City, Kansas, all I knew about life was cows, horses, pigs, sheep and tractors before I mad my very first venture to the west coast.  I traveled…

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3 Great Restaurants

Corkbar Chef Albert Aviles rolls out his spring menu March 24 and offers a special tasting event that night with Los Olivos-based Epiphany Cellars. Mix and mingle with the Epiphany team while sipping on a flight of 5 wines ($15). Nosh on Aviles’ spring selections of Banh Mi sliders, spice-crusted pork chop and a Spring lamb…

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Watts Towers

The towering metal structures with their intricate mosaic bases are instantly recognizable. Watts Towers have been part of the Los Angeles landscape since Simon Rodia began building them in 1921. The towers have been featured and referenced in film, television, and musical albums. On my last visit to California, I took the best Los Angeles…

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South Coast Winery & Resort 150 150 admin

South Coast Winery & Resort

“Everything in moderation” is a wonderful philosophy to adhere to, but every once in a while you should let yourself indulge. Why not splurge and treat yourself to a wine tasting adventure? Southern California has gorgeous vineyards and wineries. For a very reasonable price, you and three or four of your travel companions can take…

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Historic Farmers Market

Los Angeles is home to a widely renowned farmer’s market, much to visitors’ constant surprise. The Farmers Market opened in July 1934 when a dozen nearby farmers would sell their produce off the back of their trucks. At that time, Los Angeles wasn’t the sprawling metropolis it is today; in fact, where the farmer’s parked…

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La Brea Tar Pits 150 150 admin

La Brea Tar Pits

Most people who visit Los Angeles want to experience all the glitz and glam. I, too, wanted to see the Hollywood sign, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and Rodeo Drive, but mostly I wanted to visit the La Brea Tar Pits. La Brea is a cluster of tar pits around which Hancock Park was formed,…

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Tour with a Knowledgeable Guide 150 150 admin

Tour with a Knowledgeable Guide

Several years ago, my family took an American history vacation in Pennsylvania. We visited Lancaster and learned about the Amish way of life (and ate some delicious shoe-fly pie!). We, of course, visited Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, and ran up the “Rocky” steps at the Museum of Art in Philadelphia. The most memorable part…

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Exploring Los Angeles 150 150 admin

Exploring Los Angeles

If you’re planning a trip to California, there are many must-see hotspots and tours you will need to visit or attend during your stay. Driving by the Hollywood sign is first on most people’s lists of what they want to see, followed by strolling through Hollywood Boulevard to see the handprints and footprints of celebrities…

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