Want to hit the town with your significant other for Valentine’s Day, but don’t want to spend a fortune?
Los Angeles may seem like a mishmash of endless intersecting freeways and the blending of one suburb after another after another, but head out of town in any direction and you’ll discover nature at the area’s finest. In fact, outdoor enthusiasts will find camping in this vicinity a refreshing change of pace from the City of Angels’ daily grind, so pack your tent and get going to any of the following five sites perfect for sleeping under the stars.
Classic American Diners may be a dime a dozen in Los Angeles–some are emblazoned with funky signs and lots have retro charm–but what really makes a standout diner is great food at a good price. Here are some worthwhile LA diners.
At almost 500 square miles, there’s lots of ground to cover in L.A. and plenty of low cost – or just plain free – activities to enjoy. Spend a day around LA – for $20.
Between the celebrities, the wannabes, the tourists and the regular folk who flock to Los Angeles from every corner of the globe, this city is easily the best possible place to get get your people-watching on.
There are a handful of bars, from the classy to the casual to the divey, serving complimentary eats that will allow you to get your drink on and provide some sustenance in the process – and we’ve found them.
A new study shows the average fare at Long Beach runs about $233 per ticket compared with $484 at LAX.
Trader Joe’s can help you prepare a Thanksgiving feast on a budget. You can prepare an dinner complete with all the fixings for under $25.
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