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Roadtrip Through Los Angeles's Canyons

The park.

Photo: Katie Shapiro

T+L looks for traces of the area’s rock ‘n’ roll past, and finds its cool bohemian culture lives on. Read the article

Themes: Road Trip · Fall Travel

Inspired by: Driving Through Los Angeles’s Canyons — by Michael Frank, Published Oct. 2009

Hotels (2)

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    Sportsmen’s Lodge Hotel

    Adjacent to a man-made trout lake where old Hollywood celebrities like Clark Gable used to fish, this five-story, country-style hotel was built in

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    Beverly Hills Hotel

    Also known as the “Pink Palace,” this landmark hotel is housed in a pale-pink stucco building surrounded by tropical gardens. Originally built in 1

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Restaurants (3)

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    Pace

    Organic, ciabatta-crust pizzas and homemade pastas reign at this earthy Laurel Canyon eatery that once housed Café Galleria (a ‘60s spot hosting op

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    Fabrocini’s

    Italian comfort food is on the menu at this cozy restaurant tucked into Glen Center just off of Mulholland Drive. A homey spot with white tableclot

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    Canyon Country Store

    Located in Hollywood on Laurel Canyon Blvd., this deli and market serves up custom-made sandwiches and wine. Once a favorite hang-out for Jim Morri

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Activities (2)

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    Virginia Robinson Gardens

    This six-acre estate, renowned as the first luxury home in Beverly Hills, was constructed in 1911 and has been preserved in order to allow visitors

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    Franklin Canyon Park

    One of the most unusual secret parks in a major city: 605 acres of bucolic National Park Service land whose centerpiece is two bodies of water that

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