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Los Feliz is a picturesque and highly populated neighborhood in Central Los Angeles, California. Outlined by the Santa Monica Mountains and with a rich colonial heritage prevailing, the area is known for its upscale real estate market. Los Feliz is said to be an ancient Native American settlement and several archeological artifacts have been discovered from the area which showcases its rich history. It is heavily urbanized with numerous restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues and is home to several celebrities. The area is known to be the birthplace of Mickey Mouse and for the extensive Griffith Park.
L A Breakfast Club is a unique club in Los Angeles which began in 1925 when local businessmen came up with the idea of building a clubhouse, where they could meet, discuss business, meet new friends and have breakfast before going to work. The idea turned into a reality and even today the club still thrives with its eccentric traditions, fascinating programs and good food. Friendships have been forged here over ham and eggs every Wednesday morning for nearly a century. The festivities commence promptly at 7 a each Wednesday, with all attendees having a hot breakfast followed by some club news, later a pianist accompanies everyone in songs and gentle exercise, and finally a small lecture about world events, everything ends by 9 a sharp. If you are interested in joining this club then for first-timer the fee is $15, while the annual membership fee is $100.
The Philosophical Research Society is one of the most important institutes in the state that houses vast information on everything occult. The PRS, as it is called, was established by Manly Hall in 1934. Since then, it has been known to house books, magazines and other ephemera on topics ranging from the world's varied philosophies and religions to Satan worship and black magic. Boasting of some of the rarest books in the world, the Philosophical Research Society is sure to add a new dimension to your view of the paranormal and the occult.
Built in 1927 as a clubhouse to serve as a venue Women's Club activities, the Ebell of Los Angeles is an official American Treasure. The theater showcases private and public events to serve different requirements. The venue space also has meetings conducted to ensure preservation of the society that formed to create this site and to ensure development of women in various fields and branches of culture.
A part of the Movement of Spiritual Inner, a religious cult, Peace Awareness Labyrinth & Gardens is promoted as a spiritual refuge. One has to book a tour to access the labyrinth and gardens. Though its a free entrance, donations are welcome. The tour also includes the Italian Renaissance villa built by Secundo Guasti. An offbeat attraction, Peace Awareness Labyrinth & Gardens opened in 2002. The maze made of travertine marble is inspired by the Chartres Cathedral. The garden influenced by Japanese landscaping details features a lily pond, fountains and flowers. Its the perfect place to reflect or meditate.
First established in the year 1942, Belvedere Park has served as the East LA's prime leisure center for over seven decades. In the first two decades of its existence, the park hosted baseball ties played between regional Mexican American teams. Over the years, the park was developed, with a well-laid out skating field and a playground being created. Covering an area of 30.94 acres (12.52 hectares), it is home to dense plantations of beautiful shrubs, which offer shade and tranquility away from the city bustle.