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Los Angeles is known for glitz, glamor and luxury amenities and Los Angeles Equestrian Center is no exception to the rule. This equestrian center offers world class facilities to the horses, riders, and the audience as well. This center also hosts a wide range of events, from horse shows to private weddings. There are conference facilities, and there's even the Polo Room is specially designed with a pane glass wall, for those who can't bear to be separated from horses too long. You can book a riding lessons or go for a ride.
El Museo de la Tolerancia es una institución de renombre mundial que se adentra en el oscuro mundo del prejuicio y el racismo, y que muestra el Holocausto como el ejemplo más extremo de la inhumanidad del hombre. La experiencia incluye exposiciones interactivas, dos teatros, un piso de investigación y una galería para exposiciones especiales dentro del Centro Simon Wisenthal. Los recorridos son para hacer por cuenta propia y, por lo general, duran unas dos horas y media. Algunas exposiciones están recomendadas para personas de más de 12 años.
One of the many little parks in the city, West Hollywood Park gives the neighborhood plenty to cheer about. Although small, this park serves multiple purposes, and is one of the main recreational and entertainment hubs in the area. Being one open stretch of natural grass, the park plays host to a number of small-time sports tournaments and shows. By the side of the main stretch is a children's playground and a seasonal swimming pool as well.
In this age of perpetual anxiety, a visit to the Simon Wiesenthal Center should remind us all of how precious life is. The center is an international Jewish human rights organization, set up in 1977 by Simon Wiesenthal, a holocaust survivor himself. Built to ensure that the lives of millions of persecuted Jews does not get forgotten, it focuses on two main issues. One is to bring to the fore issues of Antisemitism, racism and terrorism; and the other is to prosecute Nazi war criminals. Located at the center is the Museum of Tolerance, which is a must see for all who come to city. It has a poignant amalgamation of documentation on the holocaust replete with survivor testimonies and artifacts as well as racism -Tolerance-center.
One of the finest collections of prints of rock 'n' roll legends you will ever encounter is housed right here in this smart little gallery, located on Sunset Boulevard. Positioned near a few galleries and bookstores on a well-trodden footpath, the place beckons you in for a casual visit. You may also choose to visit during one of the rowdy, crowded openings. One way or another, if you are a photography buff or a rock 'n' roll fan, the gallery is well worth a visit. Some of the shots are extremely rare and might not be available for public viewing anywhere else. Most of the prints are for sale and would make for a lavish, unforgettable present for someone special. But, you need not be a buyer to get a gander. The owners amiably welcome anyone for a leisurely browse of their fabulous treasures, regardless of your buying potential.