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Sea World

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Sea World
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Chinatown

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Chinatown
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City Walk
Featuring the movie and entertainment industry themed shops, City Walk at Universal Studios is a movie fanatic’s paradise. Along side the shops are bars and restaurants that serve food from all corners of the world. City Walk also boosts an enormous cinema that feature both classics and new releases. The possibilities are endless in a night at City Walk.

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Olvera Street

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Olvera Street
In downtown Los Angeles is Olvera Street, a block filled with Mexican goodies. For years, this street has been dedicated to offering a unique cultural Mexican experience. What exactly will you find? Let’s check it out.

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LA Farmers Market

by David Ng

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Farmers Market
Farmers markets usually mean fresh fruit, produce, and meats. And that is exactly what you will find at the “Original Farmers Market” in West Los Angeles.
Unlikely many other open air markets though, shops at Farmers Market are all stationary instead of your tent booth. And best of all, they are open everyday.

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Fisherman's Wharf
In the past I’ve talked about eating at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco.  First, grab a cup of clam chowder at Boudin and let’s get going, there is so much to do.

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Shooting Golden Gate bridge
Okay, here’s the plan: wake up early in the morning at around 5:00 am, shoot a few pictures of the Golden Gate Bridge at sunrise and get back to the hotel before the others (my travel companions) wake up.

Well, that was the plan but things don’t always go according to plan. When I woke finally woke up, the clock shows 10:00am but that isn’t going to stop me from getting a few shots in.

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Coit Tower

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Coit Tower
San Francisco, like many cities is huge and will take a while for you to see everything. How time consuming, right? I have a simpler solution, ride to the top of Coit Tower take a good glance at every angle of the city for no longer than 5 minutes. Then go back to your hotel to pack your bags and go home because you’ve seen everything. (And in record time too.) Just kidding…That is definitely not my idea of a vacation.

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Lake Tahoe
A friend recalls a canoeing experience at Lake Tahoe that was incredibly amazing. After hearing his story, I was completely sold and wanted a piece of the action myself. Early the next morning, I packed everything up in a hectic and rushed manner and set about. Destination:  Lake Tahoe.

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