Michelle C.

Michelle C.

Recent Activities

Jun 6, 2013
Review
Arena / Concert Venue
Jun 6, 2013
Jun 6, 2013
Review
Outdoor Activity / Park
Jun 6, 2013

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Recent Reviews and Comments

  • Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena

    Los Angeles
    Arena / Concert Venue
    Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena - Arena | Concert Venue in Los Angeles.
    Jun 6, 2013 It's a bad venue. "I use to come here for USC basketball games before they moved to the Galen Center a few years ago. The venue gets super hot. I don't think there is any ventilation in it. That's probably the biggest drawback about it besides the ridiculous $25 you have to pay to park in their lot. The concession stands are pretty ancient and the employees act like they don't want to work there. The faucets didn't work in the bathrooms and the soap dispensers had no soap inside them. The venue is just old. It opened in 1959 and hasn't been remodeled since! It's the type of place you should drive by to see rather then go inside. I'd really only go to if an event you really want to see is happening there and no where else. Not to mention it's in a pretty unsafe neighborhood. " hide
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  • Franklin Canyon Park

    Los Angeles
    Outdoor Activity / Park
    Franklin Canyon Park - Outdoor Activity | Park in Los Angeles.
    Jun 6, 2013 Franklin Canyon is a hidden gem! "If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of LA without leaving the city, you need to come to Franklin Canyon Park. The park is tucked away in the Studio City and Beverly Hills mountains. While everyone heads to Runyon to be seen, Franklin Canyon is the perfect place to unwind in privacy. Once you get out of your car, you are immediately greeted with the smell of fresh greenery and the beautiful sound of birds chirping. The mini pond and reservoir at Franklin Canyon are truly beautiful pieces of nature. You're bound to catch multiple duck families around the pond. You can even feed them bread crumbs. There are three trails at Franklin Canyon for your walking or running pleasure. The first is the Discovery Trail. It's a pretty easy trail that travels around the back woodland area towards the canyon bottom. The second is Berman Trail. This is a 1 mile trail towards Mulholland Drive. You get to hike across the Santa Monica Mountains all the down to Wilacre Park. The last trail is Hastain Trail. This trail lasts 2.3 miles round trip and would be classified as the toughest of the three. You will hike to the top of the mountain for a beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean. I've hiked that trail a few times and I have to say it was amazing! If you're not interesting in serious hiking, you can stop by the nature center to learn about wild plants and animals that may live at the park. They even have many exhibits in the center that are kid friendly as well! The biggest issue with going to Franklin Canyon are the hidden cameras placed by the stop signs. If you fail to stop completely, the camera will take a picture of your license plate and you'll get a $100+ ticket sent to you in the mail. That's pretty much the only down side of going to Franklin Canyon. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys spending time in nature. " hide
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