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Wednesday, 23 November 2016 11:32

The Metlox Shopping Experience

Whether you like to shop till you drop or you're the guy on the bench, holding all the bags and waiting for the nightmare to end, Manhattan Beach has a shopping experience sure to please all: the Metlox. A combination of sleek, European modernism and Californian heritage, the Metlox offers shopping, fine dining, and entertainment for all ages. 

Located right at the gateway of downtown Manhattan Beach, the Metlox isn't your typical "lifestyle center," offering a much more upscale choice of shopping and dining. It's also an incredibly beautiful environment just to be in, with numerous fountains and landscaped courtyards.

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Out of the many Attractions/Things to Do in Los Angeles , the Hollywood sign is one of the most well-known sites in America. This poses the question: How close can one get to the famous sign?

The sign was first constructed in 1923 and originally said "Hollywoodland". It has since been torn down and rebuilt and it now just says "Hollywood". Sitting on the top of the hill in Los Angeles, it is on Mt Lee. Unfortunately, it is illegal to put any hands on the sign but standing close is still permitted for you to get the opportunity to shoot your best selfie.

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Where can you find more than 100 of the most chic shops in the world all together in a beautiful setting? On Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, of course - the address alone practically defines fashion and style.

The "crown jewel" in the heart of this fashionista's paradise is Two Rodeo Drive, which couples European charm and ambiance with world famous designer shops. Along this winding cobblestone street, you'll find luxury boutiques like Jimmy Choo, Tiffany & Co., Versace, Lalique, Harry Winston and a host of others.

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It is often said that Los Angeles is the "City of The Image." After all, the film industry grew up here, and came to dominate the world. The twentieth and twenty-first centuries are both defined by an explosion of images: on the Web, on movie and television screens, and in the cameras and phones of photographers both professional and amateur. That’s why the Annenberg Space for Photography is one of the great attractions and one of the most intriguing museums in the Los Angeles area. (Also, unbelievably, it’s the only museum dedicated to photography in the area.)

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