Welcome to the Los Angeles Free-Net's Travel Center
Entertaining out of town guests? Need to
get out of town yourself? If you want to travel by land,
sea, air or just by surfing, this
is a great starting point. Whether it is a place to stay or a quick
getaway that you are in search of, hopefully these pages will be helpful.
Company arrives and now it is time to show them the town. This page
will help you get information on all the usual attractions, and perhaps
a few you hadn't thought of. If you don't have company in town, then
it is the perfect time to just get out and enjoy some of these offerings
for yourself. You can think of it as research.
If you don't like to fly or just find other methods of travel more
cost effective or interesting, this page may be of use to you. Travel
by train or bus, or plan a road trip in your own vehicle or a rental.
Biking and hiking work better on land too.
There are a wide variety of ways to float through your vacation.
Lets explore some of the options. Whether you want to use the
water to reach your destination, or the water is your destination, this
page can help get your feet wet.
Since all that flapping makes your arms tired, a little information on
airports and airlines might make your flight a little easier. You
can make flight reservations and purchase your tickets online with many
carriers, and some even offer internet specials.
Sometimes you really need a break, but don't have a lot of time.
There are plenty of places a hop skip and a jump away (or at least a short
drive) where you can relax on a mini-vacation. Along with the Southern
California destinations, there is also Las Vegas information in case a
little excitement is what you need during your quick getaway.
You know how to get there, but you need a place to stay. Whether
you want a grand resort, an inexpensive motel, or a charming bed and
there are plenty with information on the web. Many even offer online
reservations. Of course there are also the local listings in case
you have more people visiting than you have room for.
Other useful information to make your travels less stressful. Travel
tips and guides, currency exchange, roadside assistance and other
to help smooth the way.
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Last Updated 7/23/97.