18 Beautiful Places You Probably Didn't Know Were In Los Angeles
Murphy Ranch -- This abandoned Nazi base was originally built in 1933 by Winona and Norman Stephens, and came with a sizable water storage tank, fuel tank, bomb shelter, and bunkers surrounding the compound. The site is now owned by the city of Los Angeles, and despite repeated calls for its demolition, it remains a popular attraction for hikers and tourists.
1. Technicolor church - 700 Delaware Ave SW, SW Waterfront 2. Log cabin/mansion/museum - Dupont 3. Blair Witchy Forest - Palisades Park 4. Musical Pond GTown 5. DEA Museum - Pentagon City, M-R 10-4 6. Bonsai Forest National Arboretum 7. Days Inn Chinese NE DC - Dan Dan noodles, shredded beef with hot chili, or cumin lamb 10. Lotus Ponds - Kenilworth 11. Crispus Attucks Park - Bloomingdale 13. Franciscan Monastery - 1400 Quincy St, NE.
Visiting NYC? Where to Eat in New York, the Best Restaurants and More
"Visiting NYC? Where to Eat in New York, The Best Restaurants And More."By Carey Jones from Serious Eats New York. - This is best NYC restaurant list I've seen for visitors....nice job Carey Jones at Serious Eats: New York! And she's right, the list of "hot" restaurants will change in about a month. :P