3 More Spots to Admire the Sunset in L.A.

Please check our previous entry on this topic.

  1. Elysian Park

The myths of the ancient Greeks tell that the Champs Elysees was considered to be a paradise where spring reigns. The park in the center of Los Angeles, named after them, really looks like an oasis in the stone jungles of the city. From its hills everyone can see how at sunset the silhouettes of skyscrapers stand out against the skyline.

Elysian Park by Bicycle

Come there shortly before sunset, take a walk and look at the daytime megalopolis, and as soon as it starts to get dark, prepare your camera and get ready to watch the orange sun gradually disappearing behind the skyscrapers.

It’s as if the city is reviving again, preparing for the night time: multi-colored lights, signs and lights are on. You can see several flying aircraft and helicopters. Complete darkness gradually sets in, but the city doesn’t notice it, and still sparkles with bright lights, as if to say that life begins only at nightfall!


  1. Zuma Beach

For those who are looking for silence, Zuma Beach is a perfect place. It’s remarkable for the fact that you practically won’t find tourists there, and the local water is clearer and bluer. Therefore, if you’re tired of noise, then there’s an excellent and wild place for relaxing in Malibu. Of course, a delightful sunset is also at your disposal.


The fact is that when you meet the sunset on the beach in Santa Monica in the summer, the sun will go right over the mountain – this is also beautiful in its own way. However, if you enjoy this show on Zuma Beach, then before your eyes the fireball will go straight into the ocean. Your eyes will get a charming palette of colors – stunning beauty and the unity with nature.


  1. S. Bank Tower

U.S. Bank Tower is the 3rd tallest building in all of California. On the upper floors there’s an excellent observation deck, which offers a panoramic view of the whole city. Perhaps, just like that you can watch the sunset at any point described above, but not here.

#western #sky from the U.S. Bank Tower observation deck #sunset #latergram 2016/06/18 #photo3662016 #mahiwaga3662016 200/366 39+309/366

(photo by Victor Ganata)

Recently, a glass slide connecting the 70th and 69th floors was opened for everyone. The glass box is attached to the outside of the building, so during the descent you will feel that you are flying through the air! According to the opinions of many travelers, this is an ideal option adding a bit of exotic to the sunset meeting. Going down the hill, you will get to a viewing platform from which you can admire the sunset.



3 things everyone should know before traveling the U.S

Are you looking for an easy or hassle-free ride to the United States? Here are a few things you should know when choosing a luxury car rental to help you focus on your trip.

Rent a car

While most cities have trains and buses, smaller
cities have limited public transportation infrastructure. The best way to
explore the cities is to go for luxury car rental. However, the rental rates
vary across the U.S. They tend to rise during peak travel seasons like
Christmas, summer, weekends, and public holidays. No matter the time of the
year you intend to go, you need to plan well.

Most car rental companies around the city center will charge less than those around airports. One of the open secrets of renting a car is that you can use different routes. Unlike public transportation, a car rental will allow you to make your traveling plans.

Rest stops

Traveling for long distances can be a truly trying
experience. There are rest stops in designated areas where you can stretch your
legs, go for picnic lunches or answer to the call of nature. Such places come
in handy if you’re traveling with your kids. To quickly access these areas,
here are a few tips to follow.

  1. Find your rest area with apps

While you can keep your eyes on the rest stop signs,
there are seamless ways to find the next resting area around your route. With
technology moving at breakneck speed, there are dozens of apps to guide you on
this. They will not only help you pinpoint the stops but also highlight the
kind of amenities you’re likely to find there. Google maps can also deliver
real-time information where the rest stops are. This will ensure you have the
perfect road trip.

  1. Plan the stops before departing


A general rule of thumb before you begin your
journey is to map out the rest stops. Search for an attractive area with almost
all amenities like vending machines, picnic tables, and restrooms.

  1. Beware of your surroundings


As you pull into your rest area, it’s important that
you stay alert. Beware of the closest mile marker in case of an emergency.
Sometimes, those individuals that hang around restrooms do not have good
intentions so you may want to stay away. It’s also a good idea to avoid parking
behind large trucks which may block the view of the parking lot. Look for a
well-designed rest area with a few walls where people could hide.

  1. Go for well-lit areas

Although the buildings may be well-lit, it’s crucial
that you look for parking spaces that are well lit. If you find a rest stop is
poorly lit, keep driving until you come across another. Criminals are less
likely to approach a rental car parked in a visible area.

Booking your car


It’s always important that you make your
reservations early enough. Be sure to book the car from companies that are up
to standards. If you’re booking online, take your time and read the terms and
conditions. You may want to read the customer reviews. For your own protection,
ensure the company has offices on your itinerary.


When traveling across the United States, a car is a
basic necessity. Luxury car rental will give you freedom and flexibility to
explore the unique sights and beautiful scenery.


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