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Santa Monica is known to be a charming and relaxing city which is surrounded by mountains and beaches on both sides. With health and wellness as the city’s primary focus, integration of people to the society has been smooth and has helped with settling in and mixing with locals. As an environmental activist city, it has advanced environmental initiatives such as; curbside recycling, composting bins, farmers’ markets, community gardens, garden-share, an urban forest initiative, a hazardous materials home-collection service, green business certification, a municipal bus system, and the Metro light rail Expo Line.
The Santa Monica Bay with over 50 miles of scenic coastline and about 22 separate public beaches is home to numerous visitors all year and is also the place to be in Santa Monica for recreational activities. The main tourist district of Santa Monica is the Third Street Promenade which has palm trees all lined up the street. It has a notable nightlife with elegant dining and shopping opportunities and is known to be pedestrian friendly. The street runs down from Wilshire Boulevard to Colorado Avenue and is closed off to cars. Santa Monica also houses some famous museums like the Getty Center which is part of its tourist delight. Transportation in Santa Monica is advanced as the Santa Monica Airport is always associated with numerous advancements in the aviation sector.
Santa Monica Boulevard is a major west-east thoroughfare in Los Angeles County. It breaks off Sunset Boulevard at Sunset Junction and ends at Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica close to the Pacific Ocean, and passes through West Hollywood and Beverly Hills. Santa Monica Boulevard slices a horizontal line through the city, cutting through West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Century City, Westwood, West Los Angeles, and Santa Monica. A drive down the boulevard is a great way to explore Los Angeles—and what better way to end any trip than to dip your feet in the Pacific at Santa Monica State Beach while you watch rollerbladers skate by on the boardwalk? Santa Monica Boulevard has inspired decades of artists. From Nat King Cole’s “Route 66” to Sheryl Crow’s “All I Wanna Do,” the street has long been known as a place where one can have a very good time. Spanning nearly the entire city of Los Angeles, from West Hollywood to the Santa Monica Pier, there’s plenty of fun to be had to explore the boulevard.
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Santa Monica’s population has grown from a meager 417 back in the 1880s to 89,736 in 2010 and its climate has been one of the factors of this boom in 20th century, together with some changes in its downtown core which brought about Job growth and security, and also an increase in tourism. One of the popular tourist attraction sites which also help in influencing the economy is the Santa Monica State Beach which is almost the length of the city. It is a very big beach and mainly bustling during festive or summer holidays. At the heart of the famous Santa Monica Beach is the Santa Monica Pier which is a hub of different attractions. The Pacific Park at this pier features a traditional fair with a roller coaster and Ferris wheel, in addition to numerous fairground games. Also present is an aquarium and a classic carousel which can be found in the historically renowned Looff Hippodrome. The Santa Monica pier is also home to varieties of film and music festivals. Also along the pier is a 26-Mile Bike Path which is famed for its regular usage by bikers, cyclist and skaters along the Pacific Ocean.
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