Places to stay during your visit
Local Hotels -
Rodeway Inn City of Industry
Travelodge Pico Rivera
Los Angeles Hotels -
Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles
Hampton Inn -
Los Angeles Airport Marriott Hotel
Renaissance Hollywood Hotel
Millennium Biltmore Hotel
Hotel Sofitel Los Angeles
Omni Los Angeles Hotel
Places of Interests and Accommodations
Here are some landmarks to visit in Los Angeles California
after your machinery inspection at Sterling Machinery Exchange.
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- Best of L.A.
- Movie Studios
- Amusement Parks
- County Fairs
Farmers Market -
Find any kind of food or gift of a different nature.
The Grove - A fairly new outdoor mall built next door to the Farmers Market.
Hollywood & Highland - Grauman's Chinese theater, Kodak Theater, Renaissance Hollywood Hotel and the Mann Chinese 6 theaters are located here.
Hollywood Tours - Tour the homes of Hollywood stars.
L.A. Live - A one of a kind entertainment campus, L.A. LIVE will provide Los Angeles' residents, commuters, guests and tourists a world-class sports and entertainment destination.
Venice Beach - Beach towns aren't necessarily all about the beach. Venice is just as much about its famed boardwalk and shopping.
VisitCalifornia.com - A collection of information on what to do and where to stay while visiting.
Paramount Pictures -
The guided tour of the Paramount Studios offers special effects. It's strictly a down-to-earth, realistic tram &
walking tour of the studio's sprawling back lot.
Warner Brothers Studios - Located on Olive Ave and Hollywood Way, in Burbank, tours are Monday though Friday, 9 AM to 4 PM.
NBC Studios - NBC is the only commercial TV station in LA that offers a behind the scenes tour of its facilities.
Universal Studios Hollywood - Rides, shows and shops enhance your visit. The City Walk is something to see also.
Balboa Fun Zone -
Lots of things to do for the kids and many food concessions.
Belmont Park - This park has one of the old style Roller Coasters and many food courts and restaurants.
California Adventure - The California Adventure is the newest theme park in Southern California.
Disneyland - Called the Happiest Place on Earth with great rides, fun shows, great shops and tasty food.
Knott's Berry Farm - Shows, rides and food; The buildings in Knott's ghost town have been brought there from real ghost towns and mining areas.
Legoland - At LEGOLAND® everyone in the family becomes a hero. There are more than 50 thrilling rides, shows and attractions to choose from.
Six Flags Magic Mountain - Food fun and shows and some of the best rides anywhere with The Hurricane Harbor water park next door.
Pacific Park - It's the West Coast's only amusement park located on a pier.
Sea World - One of the largest marine-life fun parks.
Universal Studios Hollywood - For more than 85 years, Universal Studios has been bringing unique entertainment experiences to millions of people around the world.
Raging Waters - This water park is one of the big ones. It has everything that all the others have plus a picnic area.
Knott's "Soak City" Water Park - Have fun on 21 great water rides and attractions in the theme of the 50's and 60's. Open from June to Sept.
Wild Rivers Water Park - This water park has more than forty rides and attractions.
Los Angeles County Fair -
This Fair is called the largest fair in the U.S. The area set aside for rides and
concessions are larger then the total area of most other fairs.
Orange County Fair - The fair runs from early July for seventeen days. Lots of food and rides enhance this yearly fair.
San Diego County Fair - One of the largest county fairs in California is held at the Del Mar fair grounds set in beautiful Del Mar by the sea.
Los Angeles Zoo -
A great place plus real fun for the kids and parents too.
Orange County Zoo - Features animals native to the southwest US including black bears and mountain lions.
Santa Barbara Zoo - The zoo has been ranked numerous times as one of the nation's best small zoos. It has 600 animals in numerous exhibits, including capybara and red pandas, and is famous for having had a giraffe with a crooked neck.
San Diego Wild Animal Park - The Wild Animal Park is unlike traditional zoos, with giraffes, rhinos, antelope, and zebras roaming in huge field enclosures. You will see your favorite animal at it's best sometimes up close and personal.
San Diego Zoo - Home to 4,000 rare and endangered animals, including giant pandas.
Santa Ana Zoo - The Santa Ana Zoo at Prentice Park has been a unique educational and recreational resource for Orange County residents since 1952.
Birch Aquarium -
Set against a breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean in UC San Diego, the aquarium features more than
60 habitats of fish and invertebrates from the cold waters of the Pacific Northwest to the tropical waters of Mexico and the Caribbean.
Aquarium of the Pacific - TAKE A JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY through the world's largest ocean, home to over 12,000 ocean animals representing over 550 species.
Cabrillo Marine Aquarium - Hands-on marine learning experiences for children and adults since 1935.
Monterey Bay Aquarium - At the Monterey Bay Aquarium, our mission is to inspire conservation of the oceans.