The Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites is a 367-foot (112 m), 35-story hotel in Los Angeles, California, constructed between 1974 and 1976. Designed by architect John C. Portman, Jr., it is the largest hotel in the city. The top floor has a revolving restaurant and bar. Encompassing an entire city block in the heart of Los Angeles, the hotel has 1,358 guest rooms and suites and a signature six-story atrium lobby.
Statue of Richard Henry Dana Jr. in Dana Point Harbor, Dana Point, California. Dana (1815–1882) gained renown as the author of the American classic, Two Years Before the Mast, which included a description of the area now known as Dana Point. In 1834, he sailed from Boston aboard the brig Pilgrim to Alta California. This voyage brought Dana to a number of settlements in California including Monterey, San Pedro, San Juan Capistrano, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara and San Francisco.
The Woelke-Stoffel House, in Founders’ Park at 400 North West Street in Anaheim, CA, is a two-story Queen Anne built by John Woelke in 1894 during Anaheim’s citrus era. In 1907 it was purchased by Peter Stoffel, Jr. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in July 2013. Website
Designed by Frank Gehry and considered to be an architectural masterpiece, Walt Disney Concert Hall is a modern marvel and a Los Angeles icon. Completed in 2003, it is the newest of The Music Center’s four venues, and home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Los Angeles Master Chorale. Website