Think you've done LA? Think again.
A boutique hotel proudly bears its role as an HQ for California's early feminist movement.
Rock stars, gangsters, TV icons - everyone has left their mark on Sunset Towers.
These establishments are dripping with old Hollywood panache.
Step right up to the world's first micro-amusement park, located in a former abandoned warehouse in Downtown LA.
The stars of old Hollywood left an indelible mark on tinsel town that's still very evident today. You just need to know where to look.
For tall passengers the extra legroom in Virgin Australia's 'Economy X' is well worth the price.
Virgin Australia's business class remains on the cutting-edge, five years after it was introduced.
Sky-scraping palm trees line Hollywood's shimmering boulevards as sun-drenched LA's pace takes on a more relaxed tone compared to a big city's usual hustle and bustle. It's star-studded locals flock to its renowned surf beaches via classic routes and highways. Ignore its tarnished reputation - this cultural mish-mash, its gleaming malls, and its ability to reinvent itself makes LA a truly fascinating Californian metropolis.