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Buy discounted tickets at : https://laguna-beach-tour-1.eventbrite.com Ever wondered what exploring Laguna Beach would be like? CityGyd is proud to announce our exciting new tour as we visit Laguna Beach and immerse ourselves in its art, beaches, cliffs, shopping centres and restaurants. Once a home to Warren Buffett and many Hollywood celebrities for decades, Laguna Beach is possibly one of the most paradisaical beach communities in America. We kick off our tour at the Laguna Beach Museum, home to fine artwork made when the city was founded by artists as an art colony back in the 1910s. We will then stroll throughout beachfront Heisler Park, with its various art sculptures and breathtaking lookout views down steep cliffs and lagoons. The park is named after Howard G. Heisler, who partly owned the Laguna Company which purchased land now known as Laguna Beach back in 1905. Next we will browse multiple private art galleries, including the world-renowned Wyland Galleries, as we enjoy breathtaking views from Heisler Park and the beach area, with its volleyball court and tower. Lastly, we will stroll through the Promenade's small shops and art galleries, where we will conclude our tour by sharing a meal while we reflect on the breathtaking beauty of Laguna Beach. **** Tour is hosted by Mitesh, a life-long resident of Orange County and nature/touring aficionado. When not touring, Mitesh works part-time as a media network engineer and real estate investor. Mitesh holds a BA in business administration from Cal-State Fullerton. Powered by CityGyd.com.
Buy discounted tickets at: https://around-the-world-tour-8.eventbrite.com Watch a preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEEcKBFSMyI Spend an afternoon experiencing the Bradbury building, the oldest landmark in Los Angeles. It is a Victorian style landmark, detailed with craftsman work, where you can access the stairways, elevators and ironwork and see why it's been used for countless artistic projects. It is both a visual and architectural delight. We will view and explore this from outdoors due to it being shut indoors (because of covid) Next, we will conclude at the Grand Central Market, which offers great meals and small bites from all over the world , ranging with cuisines from all over the globe (ie some sticky rice and chicken curry from Thailand to curry wurst all the way from Germany), taste a bit of the globe right in the center of Los Angeles. Finally enjoy a breath taking ride on L.A's 'Angel Flight Railway' starting from Hill Street and Grand Avenue on Bunker Hill and enjoy a dashing view of the city where we take our food from Grand Central Market and have a mini picnic. Come take a Saturday walk and soak up the sun as we saunter the streets of the historic and international downtown LA. Tantalize your senses with food, art and beauty with me your host Marina. I'm always looking to explore new things in this great city and meet great people, and what better way than to just dive in to such a historical part of LA. So excited to see you all there and enjoy an afternoon together. Hosted by -Marina-
Buy discounted tickets at: https://a-taste-of-mexico-2.eventbrite.com View a tour preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vz5Nd8Ad98 "Calle Olvera" better known as , Olvera Street is the oldest part of los angeles known to Southern California. This popular tourist attraction was originally established in the early 1800's, and has since evolved into a marketplace where one can purchase and enjoy quaint nicknacks, eateries of genuine mexican cuisine and walking tours that showcase and elaborate the origin of the area throughout its evolution. We will begin our journey on a 45-50 min walking tour , we will elaborate on historic buildings and platforms built in the early 1800s and the changes that have occurred in the area throughout the years... Second, we will visit "the adobe house", the oldest house built in los angeles, in 1818. This home exhibition takes about 20 min to see. It showcases three large rooms that you can walk through and that are set up to look like what the area would have looked like in the 1840’s. We will end our tour to enjoy delicious, authentic Mexican cuisine at "La Glondrina Cafe" . Best known as "Casa La Golondrina Cafe", which was the first Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles, originally La Mission, opening in the current site of LA’s City Hall in 1922. Consuelo Castillo de Bonzo, an immigrant from Aguas Calientes, Mexico, was invited to relocate to Olvera Street in the Pelaconi House, built circa[masked]. The food is delicious and authentic, especially the enchiladas , salsa and margaritas !
Buy discounted tickets at : https://once-upon-a-time-in-chinatown-tour.eventbrite.com Who doesn't love Chinatown, we for one do! Chinatown is a hub for the artist, the food, the creative and the culture connoisseur. The mountain views surrounding Chinatown make it truly magical. Spend an afternoon learning about the ONLY Chinese temple in the heart of LA, exploring one of the cheapest shopping areas and eating unforgettable food. We are excited to start our walking tour with the Thien Hau Temple which is a Taoist temple. It is truly glorious and beautiful in its presence. It is a temple dedicated to the Chinese sea goddess Mazu, the deified form of the medieval Hokkien girl Lin Moniang, located in Chinatown. In addition to Mazu, the temple venerates the war god Guan Yu and the earth god Fu De. The temple is associated with the Camau Association of America, an association serving Chinese-Vietnamese refugees from Vietnam. Next we move on to the Dynasty Shopping Center which is a traveler's and local favorite in the area. It has a range of really affordable Chinese products, food, gift items, clothing etc., which all can be bargained. Finally we end our culture-filled tour at the Won Kok Restaurant. It's a gem in the heart of L.A and excessively popular due to it's attractive prices and unforgettable food. It doesn't get better than that. Won Kok's dumplings, pan-fried noodles and Chinese broccoli leave our hearts throbbing for more. Hosted by, Mo