Five Hidden & Unusual Things To Do In LA, California!
The Echo Park Time Travel Mart:have you ever travelled through time & foolishly forgotten your passport? Woken up & realised you’re out of dinosaur...
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...eggs for breakfast? Thankfully, The Echo Park Time Travel Mart has all the necessary supplies for your trip to the fourth dimension!
The time travel-themed mart boasts the slogan, “whenever you are,we’re ready then.” It sells past,present & future relics such as Michael Jordan pogs.
The Last Bookstore: this iconic LA bookshop is housed in an abandoned bank - both symbolic and chic.
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The marble pillars & mile-high ceiling remain from the old bank, but in place of patrons & guarded stacks of cash, bookshelves like the walls.
The bookstore actually specialises in reasonably priced used books, and takes great pride in offering a selection of well-kept vintage books as well.
Rosenheim Mansion: this grand mansion has starred in everything from American Horror Story to Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
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It features Tiffany stained glass, Italian brickwork, and exotic wood finishes. It also has 6 fireplaces, a gold-leaf ceiling, & a high-end studio.
Marilyn Monroe’s Crypt: her final resting place was intended to be modest and private, but the power of her popularity continues to draw visitors.
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Her earthly remains are interred in crypt number 24 in the Corridor of Memories, a complex of above-ground crypts on the west side of the cemetery.
Sunken City: a jumble of foundations, streets, and streetcar tracks inhabit the cliff where a landslide occurred in 1929.
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Today, the area is called “Sunken City” by locals, and consists of the broken foundation of houses & buckled footpaths. It’s now popular for hiking.
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