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01-28-2011, 06:11 PM
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Bakersfield, CA
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You'd have to get thousands of feet above sea level to get above the temperature inversion layer to avoid smog. Los Feliz is no better for smog than most other inland parts of LA. It's still a bit better than the IE though, but that's because the smog slowly pushes east during the day.
In any case, we need an all-encompassing travel to LA thread as a sticky, with short descriptions of the major parts of LA, best places to eat, spots to visit, how to get around, etc. Seems like these threads come up pretty often. But yea, I know, who wants to write the whole damn thing right?
haha well i know it's not above the inversion layer or anything literal like that. but there are at least some TREES up there in good amounts. the entire time i've lived in LA, it's been downtown or in university park, and although it may not be scientifically correct...i feel like i can breathe up there a lot better!
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