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Located in the Ballard area of Seattle, Golden Gardens Park is a stretch of public green space that sits right on Puget Sound. Not only can you sit on the beach and let the gentle saltwater waves lap up against your feet, but on a clear day, you can also see the majesty of the Olympic Mountains out in the distance. Restored wetlands allow for the perfect opportunity to hike, while the Brick House has plenty of entertainment options for you to enjoy throughout the year. For those who love boating, Golden Gardens Park is the perfect place to launch a canoe or kayak. The…
Have you ever thought what living in LA is like? Is it boring to see stars doing rounds at Beverly Hills or is it fun to be a part of a glamorous lifestyle? Your aim might be different, but it will take you through the same journey. We are talking about the Hollywood Home Tours in Los Angeles. In these home tours you can visit the glamorous homes of your favorite movie starts and take a ride along the Beverly Hills, the Bel-Air, the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a trip through the Sunset Boulevard, which offers the most awesome and scenic beauty in all…
Pantages Theater in Los Angeles is one of the most iconic venues in the United States. Sitting half a block east of the fabled corner of Hollywood & Vine, Pantages is one of the largest and grandest of movie royalty from Hollywood’s Golden Age. The Pantages Theater is the showplace for blockbuster live Broadway entertainment! The theater is one of Hollywood’s greatest landmarks for over half a century! It has been used in the past for a movie house with live Vaudeville acts, as well as gala premieres and “spectaculars”. For ten years the Pantages Theater was home of the flashy Academy Awards Presentation. In…
Magic Castle is a nightclub where the entertainment is magical! Magicians perform here for the public and the castle is also the club house for the Academy of Magical Arts and you can take magic lessons. The befitting venue is a Chateauesque Victorian mansion built in 1908 which is a duplicate of the 1897 Kimberly Crest House designed by the same architects. Many famous magicians have honed their skills here; regular performers at the Magic Castle have included Mark Wilson, Kuda Bux, Billy McComb as well as celebrities like Steve Martin who have tried their hand at magic in the castle. To get into the…
Bradbury Building is a historical landmark and also an architectural landmark situated at Broadway in Los Angeles. It was built on 1893 in the design by George Wyman, commissioned by a mining millionaire by the name of Lewis L. Bradbury where the building’s name came from. The five-story building is widely known for its unique design and its style which is referred to as an Italian Renaissance Revival. The design of the building was inspired from a science fiction book “Looking Backward” where some of the description of a commercial building was seen in the Bradbury Building. The exterior of the Bradbury Building is made…
The Angels Flight Railway is a funicular railway located in Bunker Hill, a district in downtown Los Angeles in California. It features funicular cars Olivet and Sinai that are being managed by two variety sites that use the same iconic and car element stations. The innovative Angel Flight location is in tracks that connect Olive Street and Hill Street. It operated from 1901 to 1969 and was officially closed for some enhancement. Angels Flight Railway in Los Angeles was opened in 1996 and can be found near the south. It has tracks that connect California Plaza and Hill Street. Unfortunately, it was closed again due…
The Battleship USS Iowa was built in 1940 and served in the U.S. navy for more than 50 years. It’s earned the name “World’s Greatest Naval Ship” and has hosted more U.S. presidents than any other battleship. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Ronald and Nancy Reagan, and George H.W. Bush have all been hosted on the battleship. The USS Iowa carried F.D.R. overseas to attend a very important meeting in Algeria during WWII. A bathtub and elevator were added to ship for his trip and remain there today. The ship has been involved in numerous battles, mainly in the Pacific theater. After finally being decommissioned in 1990,…
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