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April 18-23, 1998, Los Angeles, CA USA

About Los Angeles

For more information
For more information on Los Angeles and nearby areas, you can:

Contact the Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau at: Tel: +1 213 624 7300, Fax: +1 213 624 9746

Check www.losangeles.com

Los Angeles, the City of Angels, offers something for everyone. Trends start here...some say so does the future. America's second largest city is constantly recreating and redefining itself. The region enjoys a cultural diversity that is unmatched by any city in the United States, or the world. Whether you seek the excitement of outdoor activities, the intrigue of sophisticated culture or the energy of the streets, Los Angeles will keep you busy from dawn 'til dusk.

Visiting Los Angeles

Below are some of the things you can do while in Los Angeles.

Downtown
Angel's Flight
Museum of Neon Art
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
La Brea Tar Pits
Little Tokyo Walk
Leimert Park

Hollywood
Hollywood Palace
L.A. Zoo
Silver Lake District
Hollywood Entertainment Museum
Universal Studios Hollywood
Universal CityWalk

Westside
Museum of Television and Radio
Skirball Cultural Center
The Petersen Automotive Museum
Craft and Folk Art Museum
Planet Hollywood
House of Blues
Billboard Live

Beaches
Hermosa Beach Pier Plaza
Pacific Park
Streisand Center
Latin American Art Museum
Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific
Venice Beach

The Valleys
Warner Bros. VIP Studio Tour
San Vicente Mountain Park

Beyond Los Angeles
Disneyland
Knott's Berry Farm
Ontario Mills
Six Flags Magic Mountain

Climate

Southern California's climate has often been described as "perfect" and for very good reasons. Mostly it is sunny and warm with gentle ocean breezes in the summer. The humidity is low with little rain. Average temperatures in April are 71 degrees F / 22 degrees C during the day and 53 degrees F / 12 degrees C at night. Dress comfortably and consider bringing sunglasses and sunscreen lotion.


January 8, 1998
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