The Best Experiences in Los Angeles

The Best Experiences in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica _____________ As we approach one of the busiest seasons of the year for visitors to Southern California, we want to make sure guests truly get the most out of their stay. When seeking out experiences, excursions, guided hikes, bike tours, sightseeing tours, and transportation, make sure your choice is reputable. Nowadays, just about everyone is a “professional.” Dig deep online and make sure to read the fine print on offerings. There’s no doubt that there are some fantastic options that will offer up unique, one-of-a-kind experiences, but questions to ask: How long have they been in business? Are they licensed? Is there insurance coverage? What is their background in 

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Things To Do When It Rains in Los Angeles

Glitterati Tours and concierges throughout the city hear this phrase rarely, but it’s, “we need things to do when it rains in Los Angeles.”  It’s rare, because until just recently, we were going on our 6th year of drought conditions.  Our beautiful Santa Monica and San Garbriel Mountain Ranges, were locked in a brownish color for years. We were far below our already low average of about 14 inches per year… 5 years running.  Even cities like Beverly Hills cut the sprinklers, and their normal bright green medians along Sunset Boulevard turned to dead grass and dust.  There was even a hunt for someone dubbed the Wet Prince of Bel Air, who used 11.8 million gallons of water in a 

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Runyon Canyon Park for Hiking in Los Angeles

When conducting tours of Hollywood, visitors usually comment on the great shape of Angelenos. We really have no excuse to be anything but healthy. Our year round great weather and countless outdoor activities keep us quite active.  Most Hollywood locals will head up to Runyon Canyon.   Runyon Canyon is a 160 acre park with trails for the beginner as well as the hardcore athletes. You can start on the south side in Hollywood with entrances on both Vista and Fuller. Head north to the top of the hills for incredible views of the city.  On a clear day, one can look straight down Runyon Canyon, over Beverly Hills, and see the ocean down in Santa Monica. Hikers can also 

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