Comfort Inn Near Universal Studios Hollywood
321 North Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90004
Phone: (323) 665-0344
Fax: (323) 665-1152
The Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society collects and preserves the rich history of the Greater Rancho LaBrea through special events and projects.
Founder's Building brings together the community in faith. The Founder's Building consists of The Sanctuary that seats 1400 and the pulpit can be converted into a stage complete with light and sound arrangement. It is available on rent to groups, individuals and organizations. Apart from religious services, The Founder's Building showcases all types of music concerts, dance programs, seminars, conferences and is a great place as a wedding venue.
The latest breakthrough in Los Angeles mass transit and urban living is to be found at the Wilshire Vermont Station. This multi-million dollar complex, is home to not only a state of the art metro station, but also a variety of retail and recreational activities. There is also urban housing, making this complex a place to live, place to play, place to shop and of course a place to get into and out of. Don't forget to glance up at the brightly-colored mural by April Greiman. Keep an eye out for the upcoming Farmers Market as well. Check website for more details.
If you're sick and tired of patronizing companies that keep your equipment forever and charge you through the roof, bring these people your sick and tired laser printers and you'll never look back. They speak layman's English, will do a fast diagnostic test and give you fair and honest prices. They are authorized HP and Apple technicians and will perform work at your place or theirs. If you're in the market for a new printer, you can also purchase it here.
Established in 1905 and named after the distinguished Sir Micheltorena, it would be fair to say that the Micheltorena Elementary School is an institution in itself. Offering elementary education to the students, this school assures all a comprehensive education which exceeds expectations and delivers all-rounded kids year-after-year.
With more than ten tours, Guideline Tours is perhaps the largest in the area. Specific destinations include downtown, Malibu, Santa Monica, the Getty Center, Universal Studios, Disneyland, Queen Mary Seaport and more. Its most unique tour is Nightlife L.A. which visits Griffith Observatory, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Century City and Melrose Avenue. Tour prices sometimes include admission to major theme parks and other attractions. Internet discounts are available. Tour times vary, so call for specific times and to make reservations, which are required.
Wilshire Boulevard Temple is one of the oldest Jewish congregations in Los Angeles, California and was founded in 1862 as Congregation B'nai B'rith. The immense Byzantine Revival dome has been a Los Angeles landmark since 1929. The dome stands at 100 feet (30 meters) in diameter with its top 135 feet (41 meters) from the street, and was designed by architect A.M. Edelman. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 21, 1981.
A 434-bed acute care hospital that offers a full range of healthcare services to meet all of your medical and health needs.
St. Vincent Medical Center includes services like emergency, surgery and trauma. Facilities include House Ear Institute, Los Angeles Oncologic Institute, Los Angeles Heart Institute and National Institute of Transplantation. It is also affiliated with Catholic Healthcare West.
A full-service hospital and medical center, Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles caters to infants, children and teens 18 and under. Emergency services, cancer and blood diseases center, and research and education are offered.
Founded in 1967, the Zen Center of Los Angeles is a Zen training and practice center allowing followers to explore self-reflection. The Zen Center offers classes to practicing zen, including introductory classes. You can even learn zazen, the central Zen practice of sitting meditation. The center also sponsors retreats throughout the year.
Taxi Bell Cabs offers 24-hours service to Los Angeles residents. Just call them and they will be at your doorstep in no time. The cabs are disabled friendly and it is part of their policy to pay special attention to the needs of the aged. With a legal authorization from the Los Angeles transportation department and insurance cover for all passengers, your journey is bound to be safe.