Inside the Bradbury Building. The public is not allowed past the landing deck at the top of the first flight of stairs. The architecture is stunning.
Inside the Grand Central Market. If you can't find a cure for what ails you, here, it probably doesn't exist.
I was being yelled at by the conductor as I snapped this shot of the entire length of the ride.
A roof inside Union Station found before the return trip home.
Painting on the side of a building.
A view from the allowable balcony.
LAPD has some offices in this building.
My eyes started to water and my throat began to burn when I saw these at the Grand Central Market.
The famous Angels Flight Railway.
Oh look, it's the Music Center.
Big Brother is watching.
Crossing the street, on the way to lunch.
I thought I would snap a shot of this guy taking pictures. I should have washed the wall first. :-)
It's hard to figure out how to shoot a building with no straight lines anywhere. :-)
Almost like a maze.
The folks in the Times building were very friendly and even showed us the press they used to put out this morning's paper. :-)
The Disney building from across the street.
Some of the newer growth in the city of Angels. Also taken from the 27th floor observation deck of the city hall building.
Inside city hall (on the 26th floor), the stairs lead to the 27th floor observation deck. Don't miss this opportunity if you get a chance to go there. The view is spectacular.
A little further down the road we come across the LA Times building.
A wider view of the the previous shot of the Disney Concert hall.
Wandering aimlessly towards city hall.
View of the Walt Disney Concert Hall from the 27th floor observation deck of city hall.
Those seats look mighty comfy.
These are the old ticket counters no longer servicing the public. But you can book this room for your special occasion or next movie. :-)
Feliz Navidad from Olvera Street.
The old Pico House.
Closing in on city hall.
One of the most colorful restaurants seen on Olvera Street.
If you're looking to start a band, I know where you can get a good deal on some guitars.
Imelda Marcos' sandal collection.
How ironic. Starting our journey to LA, from the Anaheim train station, we are afforded a view of the Los Angeles Angels' home filed. :-)
Beautiful sign board even with all the reflections.