Club Teams: Not permitted to compete v CIF schools
School Teams: Wide range of game options available
Homestay/Billeting: Yes, for school teams
Hotels: Anaheim near Disneyland is recommended
Avg high of 16C to 20C during the days, avg low of 6C to 10C overnight, avg of 20% of days with rain in Dec/Jan
Public Transport: Poor to/from and within downtown LA
Viable options around Disneyland
Charter/Self Drive: Charter coach is recommended
PRO SPORTS TEAMS
NBA: Two - Lakers, Clippers
NFL: One - Chargers
NHL (Ice-Hockey): Two - Kings, Ducks
MLB (Baseball): Two - Dodgers, Angels (not in season)
Put yourself on Hollywood’s red carpet with a visit to Los Angeles. Whether you’re a movie buff or not, Hollywood’s Walk of Fame is a must see where you can also check out the Hollywood sign and Dolby Theatre – home of the Oscars.
On your travels through Los Angeles be sure to check out a theme park or two: Spend a couple of days at the happiest place on earth, Disneyland, whilst Universal Studios has amazing shows and some of the latest rides. Knott’s Berry Farm has some of the best rides in southern California and is definitely worth a visit.
After a couple of days themepark hopping some retail therapy might be in order: Load up on the latest fashions, and Nike and Under Armour gear. A stop in LA isn’t complete without witnessing the Lakers or Clippers live. There’s also a couple of local NFL teams, and try to make a visit to big time college programs USC and UCLA – UCLA’s Hall of Fame is simply awesome!
Finish your stay in LA with a visit to Santa Monica Pier and shooting some hoops at Venice Beach --- For there’s no shortage of sports, shopping or themeparks in the City of Angels.
WHAT TO DO IN LOS ANGELES ...
Disneyland - OUR REVIEW
Knott's Berry Farm
UCLA Hall of Fame - OUR REVIEW
Santa Monica Pier - OUR REVIEW
Venice Beach - OUR REVIEW
Citadel Outlet Mall - OUR REVIEW
Outlets at Orange - OUR REVIEW
Hollywood Boulevard - OUR REVIEW
LA Farmers Market