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By Bree Long | Broker in Los Angeles, CA
  • The Larchmont Village Family Fair is Just Around the Corner

    Posted Under: Parks & Recreation in Los Angeles, In My Neighborhood in Los Angeles  |  October 8, 2010 1:16 PM  |  2,465 views  |  No comments
    Always charming and quaint, Larchmont Village, near Hancock Park will be hosting  a "Family Fair," complete with talent and costume contests, as well as rides, games, and food suitable for the kiddies. The Larchmont Family Fair takes place on Sunday, October 24th from noon to 5 p.m. and is free, with all proceeds  going to various local non-profits.  I'm hoping for a pumpkin carving station and grilled corn with all the fixin's. See you there!

    Please contact me directly at 323-461-6570 if you would like more information about the real estate market in Urban L.A., or any information contained in this blog. For a free list of homes for sale, please visit UrbanPulseProperties.com.

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  • L.A. Sweat Spot #2: Santa Monica Pier and the Original Muscle Beach

    Posted Under: Parks & Recreation in Santa Monica  |  August 19, 2010 1:39 PM  |  943 views  |  No comments

    Santa Monica PierSanta Monica Pier is a hundred year-old Los Angeles landmark that offers a great place to hang out on a sunny day, grab a snow cone, and ride the Ferris wheel until your stomach turns. When you've had your fill of Santa Monica pier, you may consider heading down the coastiine for a quick workout at the original muscle beach in Santa Monica. Santa Monica Pier

    Located not more than a quarter mile to the left of Santa Monica pier, the original muscle beach in Santa Monica has been thought of as the birthplace of the fitness boom of the twentieth century. The original muscle beach in Santa Monica is a historic landmark in the world of bodybuilding, while the workout area itself dates back to the 1930's. The collection of workout equipment is where famous fitness guru Jack LaLanne and other world famous body builders have trained, as well as celebrities like Kirk Douglas and Mae West.

     Santa Monica PierThe equipment near Santa Monica pier at the original muscle beach has been fully restored and refurbished since its glory days, and includes chin up bars of various heights, parallel bars, rings, a small jungle gym for children and a padded area for gymnasts, martial artists, and the occasional hula hoop enthusiast.



    Once you've pumped some iron and channeled your inner Nadia Comaneci, be sure to take a nice stroll down the boardwalk to cool down, breathe the ocean air, and soak up the Santa Monica sun. Enjoy your day at Santa Monica pier!


    Please contact me if you'd like more information about Santa Monica pier, the original muscle beach in Santa Monica, the  Santa Monica, CA condo market, or the general real estate market in Urban L.A.

    For a free list of homes for sale, please visit UrbanPulseProperties.com.

  • L.A. Sweat Spot #1: Hiking Runyon Canyon in Hollywood

    Posted Under: Parks & Recreation in Hollywood  |  August 15, 2010 4:53 PM  |  701 views  |  No comments

    Hiking Runyon Canyon in Hollywood is one of the best places in the center of the city to get a quick taste of the outdoors and a great workout at the same time. The main entrance to the beginning of the hiking trail of Runyon Canyon in Hollywoodis Just north of Hollywood and Franklin Blvds., and one block east of La Brea Ave., on Fuller Ave.  


    The early bird catches the worm when it comes to street parking on the weekends, so if you are planning on hiking Runyon Canyon in Hollywood on Saturday or Sunday, I think going early is better to avoid the crowds and the heat. The weekdays after work are a great time to go too; the sunset can't be beat and they'll be fewer people to contend with. The park closes at sunset, so be sure to be down the hill by then. There are free yoga classes throughout the week, held in the grass near the entrance to Runyon Canyon in Hollywood. The trail has two main routes: one is a fairly gradual incline on even terrain, while the other trails around the back side of the hills on both sides of the canyon and are fairly uneven, steep, and challenging. The views are amazing, and on a clear day you can see all the way to the ocean. Be sure to stretch, take some water, and have a great hike in Runyon Canyon in Hollywood!

    For more information about  Hollywood, CA please contact me at 323) 461-6570.  I sell real estate throughout Urban L.A., so please visit me at UrbanPulseProperties.com for a free list of homes for sale.




    Hiking In Runyon Canyon in Hollywood
 
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