Sturges House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1939 for George D. Sturges. It is constructed of brick and redwood and is ... More
Sturges House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1939 for George D. Sturges. It is constructed of brick and redwood and is rectangular in shape. The house is built on a hillside and is very innovative in its design or it was at the time it was built. This is one of many architecturally important homes in Los Angeles . It is worth a drive-by , if you are in the neighborhood so be sure to put it on your itinerary.
House of Blues is one of the premier spots in L.A. for blues and other live music acts. Check out
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Museum of Tolerance, the world renowned museum delves into the dark world of racism and prejudice while highlighting the Holocaust
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Secluded in a lush tropical setting and located minutes from Charleston, South Carolina, Water's Edge Inn boasts eight beautifully appointed
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