Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Two Walking Tours of Historic Downtown LA this Weekend - and Next

Discover the hidden stories of the past 200 years in Historic Downtown Los Angeles from padres and pirates to mountain men and merchants - and stage robbers and silent film stars  - and also see the 100,000 one dollar books...... in the LABYRINTH of The Last Bookstore when you go on this weekend's walking tours of Historic Downtown LA to discover...


... The Secret Lives of Historic Downtown Los Angeles...

Each of this weekend's 2 hour tour will start at 11 AM from The Last Bookstore at the Spring Arts Tower - 453 S. Spring Street at 5th and Spring - Saturday and Sunday starting this November 17th and 18th and next weekend on November 24th and 125h and the cost is still only $15 per person.

I'll also give free tours of the LABYRINTH  30 minutes before and a half-hour after each tour and on Sundays - you can enjoy the Historic Downtown LA's Farmer's Market and have breakfast, brunch or lunch.

And you will not only see the historic buildings of the area...

... but also hear the stories of those who built them and lived and worked in them.

You will also see where the Yankees became the most powerful team in baseball and visit places many of the West's wildest characters lived, worked and played.  You will also see the places that made Downtown the first Hollywood - long before the film industry existed Hollywood.

Also on the tour will be  where the first new lofts were opened, where Gallery Row and the Art Walk began..  You will see many of the new businesses  that have recently opened along with getting a sneak preview of what will soon be happening in the area.

For reservations - either email Brady Westwater at - or call me at 213-804-8396.

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