527 Los Angeles Convention Center Tips
L.A. Live has a few restaurants: Yard House, Trader Vic's, ESPN Zone, others
Ate breakfast at The Original Pantry, but be prepared to wait a while.
Downtown has so many inexpensive but delightful food options, just walk or drive a few more minutes.
Buy tickets in advance and avoid the 20-minute ticket line. Will Call had virtually no line.
Parking at the Center is $12 -- cheaper than the other very nearby lots which were charging $15-$20.
We arrived 15 minutes before rick steves and it was too late
14th Annual L.A. Times Travel Show
If your heart is set on seeing a particular speaker, go early to get a seat
We walked to LA Live for lunch but some friends brought their lunch.
Park a few blocks away for $3-$7, nice walk, worth the price.
Bring food. Mostly cafeteria options -- hotdogs, pizza, burgers.
Get there early and visit the venues ahead of time so you know where to go.
We took the metro line--best way to go. Otherwise, expect to pay $6-7
Food is expensive--hamburger is $8.00. Bring your own.
They need more good coffee available
Los Angeles Art Show