Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Santa Monica

Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Santa Monica

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Got a few hours of free time? Here are the best places to spend an afternoon exploring Santa Monica.

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    "Mango's, Mango's, Mango's, Mango's, Mango's, Mango's" No need to bring your own Mangos to THIS beach. Someone walks by every 3 minutes with a whole bunch for you to buy. -- Jason M via Foursquare
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    The other side of Santa Monica pier. Strangely a much quieter side of the beach, but has a workout area that is great to get all your body weight exercises going. Well worth it!! -- Noel Clarke via Foursquare
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    The parking lots open officially at daylight. You may not be able to use the pay machines before then. -- Peggy Archer via Foursquare
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    Restaurant and beer garden Ashland Hill is celebrating turning one year old with $1 beer and free samplers all night long. Sounds like a great birthday party to us. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Спуститесь по Ocean Park и поверните направо. Здесь почасовая парковка $1, а не плата за день - от $6 до 12. Это удобно, если не хотите валятся на пляже весь день. -- Maria Podolyak via Foursquare
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    They have everything! From volleyball courts, tennis and basketball and a BIG field!! -- Cynthia Oliva via Foursquare
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    "Weather Field No. 1" by Inigo Manglano-Ovalle is composed of 49 stainless steel poles, each with a weather vane and anenometer, which allows it to create its own very tiny microclimate. -- Curbed via Foursquare
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    Lay in the sand, swim in the water. Its neat. -- Nick Pietryga via Foursquare
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    A west-coast haven for displaced Giants fans! A hidden gem right under the pier, basically on the beach. Wear your jersey on Sunday and join in on the "New York Super Bowl Bound Giants!" chants. -- Tom McKeever via Foursquare
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    Solar panels you see mounted around the park help power the Pacific Wheel and its evening light show. The current Wheel was installed in 2008, but the 1996 original was the world's first solar wheel. -- Dave Leach via Foursquare
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    People watch; bring a sketchbook or camera. Feel the sand beneath yer feet. Enjoy the immensity of the sea. Stop by a divey hole in the wall; beer it up. Churro. Rent a cruiser. Ferris wheel it. Relax -- Emma Goo via Foursquare
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    Enjoy the view. And instead of joining, give to help the 20% of the world that's dying of starvation. -- Thomas Griffin via Foursquare
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