Los Angeles (or LA as it is most commonly referred to) is home to the nation's top film and television production.
On any given day you can probably see TV and movie stars shopping around town or eating in trendy "hot spots." With over 3.5 million people, Los Angeles it is the 2nd largest city in the U. LA is made up of many different areas and neighborhoods, so a car is an absolute must to get around town.
Saturdays and Sundays are especially popular on the Promenade.
Hotels and lodging in Santa Monica is also very diverse.
The camera moves back and forth giving you a full view of the surrounding city in the background.
The Across the Pacific camera is another view of the airport runway area pointed towards the Pacific ocean.This terrific outdoor shopping area is 3 city blocks long and closed to cars and traffic.There are shops, restaurants, cafes, movie theaters, and best of all, street performers that will sing, dance and all-around entertain you as you stroll around down the block.Travelers can book anywhere from a 5-star hotel near the beach to a little 2-star motel or hostel.Bordering Santa Monica to the south is World Famous Venice Beach (see Beach Cam for live shots).As the locals say, "Only in LA." This 20-block long boardwalk is also filled with very funky shops and restaurants.Rent some skates or a beach-cruiser bike and really take in the scenery.Anyone who is anyone knows of the famous world known airport LAX in California.The second busiest airport in the United States, this massive receives covers over 3000 square miles and is filled with restaurants, newsstands, shops, and even cocktail lounges. These live feeds give you a clear view of current weather and traffic conditions in the area.You can also take a stroll around the Venice Canals, a small local neighborhood a few blocks away, fashioned after Venice, Italy.Take a walk along the canals on foot and admire the many Victorian-style colorful homes.