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    3601 S Gaffey St

    This 17-ton gift serves as a great symbol of close ties between the United States and Korea. It was given to the U.S. by Korea in 1976 as a symbol of friendship ...

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    1100 Nagoya Way

    This village is a popular spot in the South Bay for shopping and eating. It feels like a quaint New England fishing village with a splash of Mediterranean style thrown in for good ...

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    Sampson Way

    This village is a popular spot in the South Bay for shopping and eating. It feels like a quaint New England fishing village with a splash of Mediterranean style thrown in for good ...

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    327 W 7th St

    This is an authentic British pub in San Pedro. While the upstairs balcony seats 48 people, downstairs there is a log fireplace and a Victorian style bar made of solid oak and brass fittings ...

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    807 W Paseo Del Mar

    This is a great place to stop during any drive on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Highlights include a Victorian lighthouse, coin-operated telescopes, a whale-watching station and an ...

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    3601 S Gaffey St

    From 1916 through the end of World War II the Fort McArthur Military Museum was the primary defense fortification on the west coast of the United States. Largely intact minus the huge guns that ...

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    425 S Palos Verdes St

    Operating out of the Port of L.A. in San Pedro, Los Angeles Harbor Cruise company has four different reasonably priced cruises. Its most popular one is a whale-watching ...

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    3601 S Gaffey St

    This complex is a fine alternative to ocean-themed parks like San Diego's Sea World. Here, you can view sick or injured seals and sea lions rehabilitating ...

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    Kay Fiorentino Dr

    Heading southbound on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, this is one of the last beaches before reaching the port of San Pedro. It's also one of the few on the peninsula with a good stretch of sand ...

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    CA-47

    This bridge is so high that military planes can fly under it. Not so great if you are afraid of heights, but a lot of fun to cross. Vincent Thomas Bridge spans the main channel between San ...