United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 Christkindlmarket in Chicago
  2. 2 Our next summer trip
  3. 3 Trip Report Not a Typical Trip Report
  4. 4 Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Zion..
  5. 5 Dulles to BWI
  6. 6 Family winter holiday
  7. 7 Lodging in Yellowstone Park
  8. 8 Asheville, SC to Knoxville, TN Transportation
  9. 9 Need Help Picking a Neighborhood in Boston
  10. 10 Kauai for a week: advice needed
  11. 11 Drive Time from Philadelphia to Gettysburg?
  12. 12 Advice Nashville to Washington D.C please!
  13. 13 February trip San Fran to Yosemite...
  14. 14 glacier national park to yellowstone route
  15. 15 Where to Eat on Kauai?
  16. 16 Muir Woods - new rules
  17. 17 Trip Report Will Travel for Food - A Long Weekend in Philly to try a restaurant
  18. 18 Padre Islands
  19. 19 Brooklyn dinner? Bronx Breakfast? And opinions on the zoo?
  20. 20 safe travel idea within US to travel alone with preteen daughter and Mom
  21. 21 NASHVILLE
  22. 22 Nj to Charleston SC during Christmas bestate way
  23. 23 4 days in San Diego
  24. 24 Copper - How many open runs usually open in December at Copper Mountain?
  25. 25 Lodging locations in Miami for an overnight visit
View next 25 » Back to the top

A few hours in SF and LA, ideas?

Jump to last reply

Hi I have to make a last-minute trip to SF and LA. I do know SF somewhat, but it doesn't hurt to see if there are any new activities or restaurants I should know about. I actually just took a short vacation last year.

I am not familiar with LA at all, though I have been there. I am taking the redeye, and I think that I'll have a few hours early evening. Unfortunately none of the museums (LACMA, MOCA, Getty) is open at that time. Any thoughts about what I could do before heading to the airport? I need to get in around 9 pm.

I suppose dinner somewhere is a natural choice?

These are two separate days , in case people are wondering. (With me, I suppose you never know!)

Thanks!

13 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement