Happy Fourth of July, 2014 Best wishes from Beverly Hills!
Happy Fourth of July, 2014! Happy Independence Day wishes from Beverly Hills, CA!
Most people consider on 4th of July, getting together with family and friends, barbequing enjoying a very rare commodity what we have very little of now days, that is Free Time.
It is also a good time to step back and reflect on our Freedom which we enjoy in this country and others in different parts of the world dream about. It is also a good time to be grateful that our Forefathers had the Foresight to create a country where we can live Free.
There is something else everyone loves on the Fourth of July that is Fireworks. I have been fascinated with watching and enjoying Fireworks on the 4th of July as well other times, hence I could never get enough of it.
If you live in the Greater Los Angeles area or are visiting then let me give you some great places to watch the fireworks:
The Hollywood Bowl has a fantastic Fireworks show now if you are on a budget and want to see this Fireworks show, but do not pay for parking then go to Mulholland Dr, and very close to the Tourist Lookout around 7038 Mulholland Dr you will get the perfect views of the fireworks. I suggest you get there early or you will have a long walk after everyone reads this postJ!
Marina del Rey is another great alternative. There is nothing like a cool ocean breeze near the water watching the Fireworks and the sounds echoing from the water and the water reflecting back the show. Clearly a fun way to spend the evening, plan on parking in the Public parking spots all around the Marina. Less than $8.00 is a great way to enjoy the fireworks. The show starts around 9:00pm and it lasts for about 20 minutes. Alternatively if you know anyone who lives on or near the water call them up and see if you can watch the show from their homeJ!
The Rose Bowl in Pasadena is another great place to watch the Fireworks the party starts at 2pm and needless to say the Fireworks start around 9:00pm lots of fun events very family friendly such as inflatable rides, games, arts and crafts and fun food. Adults pay $13 children and military get in free plus parking is around $20. Unless you know someone nearby where you can park for free, it is worth the money.
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