Expert Travel Advice to Los Angeles

Top Answers To Los Angeles Travel Questions

  • Alistair answered:
    Assuming you're heading out from Las Vegas, I'd probably you drive over to Los Angeles and then make your way north along California Highway One. Not sure how long you have, but Santa Barbara is a really lovely place at which to stop. Maybe also spend a night or two up in the Big Sur area, before scheduling a stop in either Monterey or Carmel (Big Sur Nepenthe restaurant is a prime spot for a lunch stop with a view!). Carmel is very quaint and has some nice inns and guesthouses. You could also go a bit more upscale at somewhere like the Inn at Pebble Beach or Bernardus Lodge (http://away.com/resorts/bernardus-lodge-bl-hotelid53531.html) in this area. After Monterey, it's a fairly straight shot up to San Francisco, where you could obviously spend some more time sightseeing before flying out. Best advice, though, is not to overdo the driving and enjoy the scenery along this wonderful stretch of coastline (it can also get a little slow during peak travel seasonss).
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Ticket prices start at around $80. But there are group and package deals that they offer. http://on.nba.com/HXy0A
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    DOWNT OWN FAR FROMSEA?
    Anonymous user answered:
    Not as the crow flies, but can be a real trek to get there depending on where you're based. Neighborhoods like Huntington Beach, Venice Beach, and Malibu are all coastal but not that easy to get to from downtown. L.A. traffic can be a nightmare, so plan accordingly!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Couple of places that might work are the trendy but affordable Farmer's Daughter in Mid-City West across from L.A.'s famous Farmer's Market or the very budget Stay, which calls itself a "boutique" hostel. Stay is located close to L.A.'s infamous Skid Row district, so definitely be ready for a grittier urban setting here, albeit one that's getting some press as an up-and-coming nightspot. You'll definitely have plenty of choices beyond cheapo greasy burger when it comes to L.A. nightfood. If you've got an iPhone, check out the Los Angeles Street Food app from Sutro Media for some good local picks by Los Angeleno foodie Patrick Green: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/los-angeles-street-food/id355192239?mt=8

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