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TAKE THE METRO
Often when we travel, we rely on public transportation. Why not try it at home? The new Metro line that connects Downtown and Santa Monica is perfect for a day jaunt to explore either destination, grab lunch, or check out those shops you’ve been wanting to visit — without having to worry about crowds of commuters. Since parking is not a concern, you may like it enough to start a new tradition! Get started at LA Metro
GO ON A HIKE
Make your out-of-town relatives jealous by posting some instagram-worthy city views from the top of one of the many spectacular trails. Our personal favorites are Griffith Park, Runyon Canyon, and Topanga Canyon. Visit Discover LA Best Trails to get a full list.
BE A FOODIE
Having one of our offices on Abbot Kinney Blvd, we are incredibly spoiled to be so close to award-winning restaurants. Gjelina, The Tasting Kitchen, and Abbot’s Pizza are our go-to spots. When we do venture to the Eastside, Grand Central Market and Bestia in Downtown LA are well worth the drive.
If you haven’t been to the Annenberg Space for Photography, this gallery tucked away in bustling Century City, is a must-see. It features a range of photographic talent on display. Currently Timothy Greenfield-Sanders’ “The List” of portraits is on exhibit now with some famous faces you will recognize. Located within the complex where some of LA’s biggest talent agencies reside, celebrity sightings are commonplace.
Many consider it a family tradition to visit the spectacular Huntington Library & Gardens during the holidays. There are 16 special gardens, a Tea Room, and the expansive gift shop that rivals any specialty boutique.