Top 5 Things To Do, While Stoned, In Los Angeles
Los Angeles keeps the pulse pumping. With more things to do than you could experience in a lifetime, you can be certain that you will not run out of interesting corners and adventures in this city. And we have a five ideas you should check out, and try first, before anything else.
1) Theme Parks
L.A. has some incredible theme parks and we recommend them all. If you’re trying to see it all, you might be a little discouraged to know that there are so many options that you might not get through them all. Then again, too much to chose from is infinitely better than not enough, right?
A few of our favorites are Universal Studios, Disneyland, Legoland, The Wizarding World Of Harry Potter, and Raging Water. If you’re looking for a real thrill, definitely check out Six Flags Magic Mountain and Knott’s Berry Farm.
2) Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood Boulevard is an iconic and influential symbol of exuberance and luxury, that continues to captivate the generations. Home to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, great shopping, fantastic dining and a well rounded experience in general that can satisfy anyone. If you’re looking for something to do in the evening, this is the spot for a great nightlife happening.
3) “A Day In LA” Tour
Jump onboard the themed, Rasta colored bus and see the city like you’ve never seen it before.
Get high, kick back and enjoy the ride and the sites.After this tour, you’ll REALLY feel like you’ve seen the whole city.
4) The Getty Center
Looking for art, architecture and performances? The Getty Center is known for its powerful architecture, gorgeous gardens and amazing views overlooking Los Angeles. For a modern “Zen” experience, this is your spot to take part in a variety of breathtaking beautiful sites. Best part, it’s FREE!
5) Ripley’s Believe It Or Not & Hollywood Wax Museum
Both of these museums will blow your mind, especially if you show up with a perfect buzz.
Ripley’s makes it a point to scour the globe in search of bizarre oddities that make our species question its own existence. Hollywood Wax Museum showcases wax replicas of your favorite celebrities, some of the entertainment world’s most beloved characters in all their glory, while sharing some behind the scenes secrets that didn’t make it to the masses.