Los Angeles State Historical Park

Jan 27, 2010 by Lisa Newton

Situated in the middle of an old, industrial section of Los Angeles, is the Los Angeles State Historical Park. Located close to the Chinatown Metro, it’s an open space paradise, especially for walkers and joggers. [...]

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Mapping Travelin’ Local

Nov 20, 2009 by Lisa Newton

Travelin’ Local’s maps keeps our readers up-to-date on the latest cool spots, what your favorite neighborhood area/s have to see and do, and what and where those items are, and often serve as your on-line [...]

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10 Free Places to Go in Los Angeles

Oct 31, 2009 by Lisa Newton

At Travelin’ Local, we’re constantly working to provide our readers with quality fun content, entertaining stories, and information about all of the free activities to do and see here locally.  In a city that has [...]

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Walking your Neighborhood

Oct 27, 2009

Yesterday, LAStreetsblog featured the“20-minute neighborhood,” as a place where you can meet all of your daily needs within a 20-minute radious, preferably on foot.
The phrase "20-minute living" has been credited to a development firm, Gerding [...]

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Let’s Visit Santa Monica’s Beach Parks

Sep 07, 2009

Recently, I took you on a short tour of Crescent Bay Park in Santa Monica, but it’s just one of four parks that border the Santa Monica Promenade. You can reach the others below by [...]

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Brown’s Park in Laguna Beach

Aug 30, 2009

I’m sure not many people have ever heard of Joe Brown; I didn’t until I discovered Brown’s Park in Laguna Beach. At first blush it’s a simple park, with just one sidewalk, two chairs, a [...]

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A Mid Week Vacation Day at Laguna Beach in Orange County

Aug 27, 2009

Summer is soon coming to a close, the school year is restarting, and people are returning from their vacations. So today Travelin’ Local is visiting the beautiful beach and upscale village town of Laguna Beach [...]

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Culver City Downtown Walking Tour

Jul 10, 2009

Over the years, Culver City has gone through a metamorphosis. Gone are its days as a sleepy working class enclave. It’s now a modern, thriving intersection of the arts and motion pictures industries; a design, [...]

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Los Angeles Historic Walks

Jun 12, 2009

Literally on the road to see, hear, and learn about the history of Los Angeles, to find its heart, spirit, and soul is through walking the inner and outer sanctums of Los Angeles to discover [...]

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Walking in LA

Jun 06, 2009

Contrary to the hit song by the Missing Persons, that “Nobody Walks in LA” I beg to differ—a lot of people not only walk in LA but they love to walk in LA.
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The Third Street Promenade by Day

Apr 23, 2009

Third Street Promenade is an all pedestrian street in Santa Monica, and is considered one of the premier shopping destinations in Los Angeles.
Due to its proximity to the Pacific Ocean–coupled with Los Angeles’s Mediterranean [...]

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Charming Larchmont Village

Mar 06, 2009

A few days ago between our rain showers, I ventured to a new location, Larchmont Village–a little and quaint section of Los Angeles known for its shops, boutiques, and restaurants tucked on Larchmont Boulevard between [...]

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Goin’ Down

Feb 13, 2009

I’m on my way back down to the base of Temescal Canyon. If you’ve been following me on my trek over the previous two posts, you were able to watch me as I made [...]

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