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A Travel Blog by 400yrstelescope
... ones. We begin our production journey in bustling urban capitol, Los Angeles, where the production crew visits CalTech and the Griffith Observatory. Upon departing the city, the crew visits Yes Watches in San Diego followed by a drive to the Palomar ...
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A Travel Blog entry by heathersholiday from Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles, California, United States
After I picked up my rental car, I headed up to Griffith Observatory. I wanted to get some pictures of the HOLLYWOOD sign and Dale suggested heading here. I think I hit every single red light possible. In fact I think every light in a ...
A Travel Blog entry by adamis from Los Angeles, California, United States
Spent my final full day in LA exploring the magnificent Griffith Observatory. Named for, and funded by, a gentleman who rejoiced in the name of Griffith J Griffith (I'm not kidding!), it is definitely worth a look if you're ever in LA! (Interestingly, in ...
A Travel Blog entry by 400yrstelescope from Pasadena, California, United States
Arrival: Monday, July 16th 2007 Destination(s): CalTech campus, Griffith Observatory Departure: Tuesday, July 17th, 2007 CalTech & Griffith Observatory First of all, let me begin by saying that the iPhone has become our new friend. The driving ...
A Travel Blog entry by alexander2012 from Los Angeles, California, United States
... . There are so many homeless people around and many are middle aged or look elderly. It’s really sad. The Griffith Observatory was fantastic, providing excellent elevated views of LA, the Hollywood sign and interesting exhibits. Liane loved the ...
A Travel Blog entry by john.smaranda from Los Angeles, California, United States
... de greu si nu foarte atractiv. Cum mai aveam aproape o jumatate de zi am plecat spre o atractie din zona si anume Griffith Observatory. Pentru cine nu stie Griffith Observatory este unul dintre cele mai celebre observatoare din lume si are 75 de ani. ...
A Travel Blog entry by bildungskarenz from Los Angeles, California, United States
... that we had not to wait too long in the queues so we were able to watch every tour during one afternoon :) By the time it became darker and darker we drove to the famous Griffith Observatory, which delivers probably the most beautiful overview over L.A. ...
A Travel Blog entry by lmbtravel from Los Angeles, California, United States
It was a beautiful, clear, and sunny day! There were many people hiking up the massive hill to reach the great Griffith Observatory. As I walked, I took in the gorgeous views. We finally reached the top of the hill and there it was one of worlds greatest ...
A Travel Blog entry by callanclan from Griffith Park, California, United States
... nbsp; Charlie & Lucy did very well it took about 1/2 an hour, as we were walking up we saw the dome of the Observatory & the Hollywood Sign. We finally arrived at the top and explored the museum. We had a quick lunch and went into the Planetarium ...
A Travel Blog entry by jameszappia from Hollywood, California, United States
... into account the size of this park and the free shuttle I had taken in dropped my at the very top of one of the hills at Griffith Observatory and unfortunately this was no where near where I wanted to be but I decided to make the most of it anyway and I ...
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2800 E. Observatory Rd., In Griffith Park, at the end of Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, California, United States5906 reviews
A non-profit space observatory located in Griffith Park whose purpose is to provide the public with information on astronomy and related sciences.