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A Santa Monica to Los Angeles

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One of the oldest exterior shots in Santa Monica is Buster Keaton's Spite Marriage (1929) which shows much of 2nd Street. The comedy It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) included several scenes shot in Santa Monica, including those along the California Incline, which led to the movie's treasure spot, "The Big W". The Sylvester Stallone film Rocky III (1982) shows Rocky Balboa and Apollo Creed training to fight Clubber Lang by running on the Santa Monica Beach, and Stallone's Demolition Man (1993) includes Santa Monica settings. In Pee-wee's Big Adventure (1985), the theft of Pee-wee's bike occurs on the Third Street Promenade. Santa Monica is featured in the video games: Driver (1999), True Crime: Streets of LA (2003), Destroy All Humans! (2004), Grand Theft Auto San Andreas (2004) as a fictional district – Santa Maria Beach, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines (2004), L.A. Rush (2005), Tony Hawk's American Wasteland (2005), Midnight Club: Los Angeles (2008), Cars Race-O-Rama (2009) as a fictional city – Santa Carburera, Call of Duty: Ghosts (2013) as a fictional U.S. military base – Fort Santa Monica, Grand Theft Auto V (2013) as a fictional district – Del Perro, The Crew (2014), Need for Speed (2015), and American Truck Simulator (2016).

More than 7 million visitors a year come to Santa Monica because it is a renowned beach city (one of National Geographic’s top ten) and close to other Los Angeles attractions. Santa Monica Beach averages 280 days of sunshine a year and offers some of the best sunsets on the West Coast. Santa Monica is also known as a walkable and bike-friendly town, so it’s easy to get around and experience the haven of shops, spas, restaurants, attractions like the Santa Monica Pier and Third Street Promenade, Santa Monica events, and more. (Source: www.santamonica.com)

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Offering a full-service spa and rooms with a 42-inch flat-screen TV, this oceanfront hotel is 3 minutes' drive from Santa Monica Beach Park. It features an outdoor pool and hot tub. The Fairmont Miramar is a top notch property. Our room was comfortable, clean, and had premium amenities - including a good-sized balcony and an ocean view. It was a great spot in Santa Monica to be close to the action, but not too much in the busiest part, so we could walk to/from the hot spots but still have some peace & quiet. The facility overall goes out of their way to ensure you feel comfortable.

Santa Monica, city, Los Angeles county, southern California, U.S. Lying on Santa Monica Bay, it is surrounded by the city of Los Angeles. Santa Monica was laid out in 1875 by Senator John P. Jones and named for Las Lágrimas de Santa Monica (Spanish: “The Tears of St. Monica”), a local spring. The city was promoted as an ocean-side resort and port-terminus of the Los Angeles-to-Independence Railroad. An aircraft company established in Santa Monica in 1920 by Donald Douglas was the forerunner of the city’s modern aerospace and communications industries. Although Santa Monica was eclipsed as a port by San Pedro, the city prospered as a residential and vacation centre; it is particularly noted for its pier (1909), which includes restaurants, shops, an aquarium, and a classic carousel. Also popular are the city’s fine beaches, art galleries, and theatres. The state’s history is preserved at the California Heritage Museum, and the Museum of Flying displays vintage aircraft. Santa Monica (community) College was established in 1929. Malibu Creek State Park is popular for hiking and fishing and has been used as a backdrop for many films and television shows. Will Rogers State Beach and Will Rogers State Historic Park are both nearby. Inc. 1886. Pop. (2000) 84,084; (2010) 89,736. (Source: www.britannica.com)

 

 

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