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Taking it Easy This Fall in Manhattan Beach

18 October 2019 Written by   Jeff Shotwell Published in blog
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The summers in Manhattan Beach are known for sunny weather with visitors flocking to the laid back, casual beach culture, but what happens when the summer ends? No worries, we may seem more laid back in the summer, but there are still some super fun things to do if you plan to visit us in the fall.

Walking The Strand

Also known as the Marvin Braude Bike Trail, this 22-mile bicycle path traces nearly the entire extent of the Los Angeles westward-facing coastline.  If you'd rather take the path at a walking pace, you'll find a pedestrian-friendly stroll through Manhattan Beach that's perfect for people-watching and admiring the stunning oceanfront real estate.

Veterans Parkway (Hermosa Valley Greenbelt)

Now that hot summer days have cooled and walking is more bearable, this grassy median is a worthwhile and charming walk. The Hermosa Valley Greenbelt provides a peaceful escape nestled in a greenway of lush vegetation and flowers. Its majesty seems almost hidden and strolling through the ocean-side suburbs of Manhattan Beach is a perfect fall day adventure. 

Roundhouse Aquarium

Situated at the end of the Manhattan Beach Pier, this pint-sized aquarium may not compete with larger commercialized institutions but makes up in size with the wonder of local marine life. Inside are both viewing and touch tanks each displaying a brilliant selection of marine fish and invertebrates!

Whether you're traveling on business or getting away with the family for a few days, The Sea View Inn at the Beach features a "Live like a Local" atmosphere. Be sure to contact us for help planning your stay!