Whether you are looking for dining, nightlife, or places to explore, Los Angeles has what you need. Come and check out these various locations during you next stay in Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum opened in June 1923 and has been a historic icon in Los Angeles ever since. Over the years, it has been the home to two Olympiads (X and XXIII) as well as one World Series (1959) and two Super Bowls (I and VII). It has even been visited by three U.S. Presidents including John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. Come and explore the LA Coliseum today through one of the guided tours that are offered. For more information, visit www.lacoliseum.com
For a glimpse at some of the best eats that downtown LA has to offer, head over to the Grand Central Market located in the heart of Downtown LA. The Grand Central Market has been open since 1917 and has always offered an array of fresh foods and great prices. Whether you are looking to purchase some meats and cheeses or are simply looking for a bite to eat, head to the Grand Central Market today. You’ll find the marketplace at 317 S. Broadway in Los Angeles. Visit www.grandcentralmarket.com to find out more.
Exchange Los Angeles is one of the best venues to go to if you are looking for a fun night out. Exchange is a huge night club that is 4 stories high, each of which consists of different dance floors and DJs. Exchange has some of the best DJS around, mixing electronic dance music so you can dance the night away. At Exchange LA you’ll find great music, impressive laser light shows and more. Visit http://exchangela.com/ to find out upcoming scheduled events. And all of this can be yours on a trip to L.A. so start looking into hotels near Downtown Los Angeles to plan a trip to Los Angeles.