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City of the Angels Tour In Los Angeles With An Interpreter

City of the Angels Tour In Los Angeles With An Interpreter
Duration:
3 to 8 hours
From:
USD 175.00
Visit The City Of Angels with a skilled interpreter.  See the largest city in the state of California, the second largest city in the nation, and the world's center of entertainment.  Select from our list of venues and attractions to visit, and book the appropriate amount of time to see all that you want to see.  Basic, intermediate, and advanced interpretation services offered.  Business, legal, and medical interpretation may also be provided if the need arises.  Venue tickets, attraction fees, and meals not included.

Movie Star Homes and Warner Bros Studio Tour

Movie Star Homes and Warner Bros Studio Tour
Duration:
6 hours
From:
USD 137.00
Go behind the scenes of Warner Bros. Studios and see dozens of celebrity homes on this 4- to 5-hour tour that takes you from Hollywood to Beverly Hills. Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood brings you closer than ever to the entertainment you know and love. Get ready to touch, tour and explore the iconic 110-acre backlot that brought Batman, Friends and The Big Bang Theory to life. Then cruise the palm-lined streets of upscale suburbs like Bel-Air to see houses belonging to A-listers such as Halle Berry and Tom Cruise. This tour is limited to just 13 people, ensuring you enjoy a small-group experience with a guide.

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Have a private driver waiting exclusively for you at the Los Angeles Airport from USD 21 or book a safe and economical shared Los Angeles Airport shuttle transfer from USD 6.
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 Other Items of Interest at Los Angeles Airport


Services at Los Angeles Airport include:


  • Ambassador Program
  • Volunteer Information Professionals (VIP)
  • Bob Hope Hollywood USO lounge, across the roadway between Terminals 1 and 2 - Open 24/7
  • Medical Clinic
  • LAX Air Radio 530
  • Observation Deck at the LAX Theme Building (designed by Disney); open Saturdays and Sundays from 08:00 to 17:00 and is free to the public, including free telescopes
  • Encounter Restaurant at the LAX Theme Building - fab food and 360 degree views from a freestanding structure designed to look like a flying saucer
  • Public Art Displays
  • A small Pet Park at the southeast end of the Central Terminal Area near Terminals 7-8 where pets can take a potty break; plastic bags provided.

 

Note: There are no luggage storage services or lockers available (contact your airline to arrange baggage storage).




 Disabled Facilities at the LAX Los Angeles Airport


Los Angeles Airport offers comprehensive facilities for disabled travelers in the form of accessibility and assistance. There are elevators near the public stairways and rampways from street to sidewalk level in all terminal buildings;

 

LAX public phones can accommodate wheelchairs and there are also telephones available for the hearing impaired. Restrooms in all terminals have extra-wide toilet stalls with side grip bars and restrooms at Terminal 2 (upper level) and Terminal 6 (lower level) are unisex and disabled-equipped.

 

Wheelchair assistance is provided but you must contact your airline for advance wheelchair reservations. Disabled passengers requiring transport to other LAX terminals can use the free, lift-equipped "A" shuttle service around the Central Terminal Loop. A Special Assistance Vehicle is available to transport passengers with disabilities or special needs between passenger terminals and remote gates and is also available to passengers on stretchers, organ transplant patients, and seniors with specially equipped wheelchairs.





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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2020