Canada.com Reviews L.A. Adventures 11/21/13
Mark Stachiew, Travel Editor
If you ever find yourself with an 11-hour layover in Los Angeles as I recently did, then I have the perfect guidebook to help you fill the time...
Rather than confine myself to LAX, the city's airport, I used the book to help me plan out my day's activities. It helped navigate me to Union Station, the city's main transportation hub, where I toured some of the highlights of vintage LA as described in the book. I even managed to find some time to watch a Los Angeles Kings hockey game at the Staples Center, a sports and entertainment complex that was easily reached by subway....
Frommer's Highlights Top Ten Attractions from LA Adventures 9/24/13
Los Angeles has changed. Nearly ninety miles of light rail and subway now connect the diverse neighborhoods of the City of Angels, freeing locals and visitors alike from the stranglehold of gridlock and difficult to navigate freeways...
Here are our Top 10 Los Angeles area attractions- all within a ten minute walk of a Metro rail station.
NPR Station KPCC Spends the Day with LA Adventures 8/13/13
Leo Duran, Producer/Reporter Take Two
Finding Hidden Treasures and Day Tripping by Train in LA: It takes just $1.50 per ride to see LA by metro, and as the system expands there are more hidden treasures you can reach in the city.
Pasadena Star-News Reviews L.A. Adventures 6/11/13
Frank Girardot, Editor in Chief
Can't think of anything to do this summer? Checkout "L.A. Adventures: Eclectic Day Trips by Metro Rail through Los Angeles and Beyond."
The 278-page book by David Madsen and Elisa Makunga includes 15 separate day trips through the basin that covers jaunts to icons like the Chinese Theater in Hollywood and off-the-beaten path fare like Moles la Tia in East Los Angeles. This book will be used in my house this summer.