Los AngelesScore: 6.6 out of 10 Ranked 65th best city in California
"City of Angels..."
The city of angels has so much energy, so much happening, that it is almost like a living, breathing creature unto itself. Whether it chews you up and spits you out, or whether it’s a friend, well, that depends on you.
In summe... Read more...
"It Won't Gag You With the Spoon..."
The San Fernando Valley is the northwest section of Los Angeles County. It is separated from most of the rest of Los Angeles by the mountain range that moves inland from Malibu and ends in Griffith Park.
“The Valley,” as everyone from ... Read more...
"Once a Well-Loved Neighborhood..."
On the upside, this is a very diverse neighborhood, about half of the residents are Latino and a quarter are African American. There is also lot of historic architecture in this neighborhood. Most of the homes seem to date from before WWII a... Read more...
"Kitfo, Harambes, and Skateboards..."
Although this area is officially recognized, it is really not a true neighborhood—not yet anyway. More than anything else this is an attempt to draw business to the stretch of Ethiopian restaurants along Fairfax Blvd. near Olympic. There a... Read more...
"Beautiful Homes in the Middle of LA..."
To the east of the Wilshire Country Club, is Windsor Square, one of the historic neighborhoods of Los Angeles. It is an old neighborhood and is the home neighborhood for the Los Angeles Mayor’s residence.
The homes in this city/neighbo... Read more...
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Geordie Romer is a Realtor in Leavenworth Washington. He specializes in selling vacation homes in Leavenworth, Plain and Lake Wenatchee. He has been blogging on his own site since 2005 and guest posts for others around the web. In 2013, he rediscovered competitive cycling and if he's not showing houses, he just might be off riding his bike.