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Old 05-26-2007, 02:11 PM
 
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i am moving to LA to play poker at the various LA casinos. i would like to live somewhere nice, but not TOO nice and expensive. moderately expensive is ok. i have narrowed it down to the places i listed (most likely). any opinions on where is the safest/nicest/coolest place? i have heard silver lake is "painfully hip". any advice or input is appreciated.
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Old 05-26-2007, 11:21 PM
 
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I'd live in any of the first 3 places you listed. I'd add Pasadena. Old Pas is a wonderful place to play, a total walkable urban village with all you need. South Pas gets the squeaky clean award. In my almost 40 years on the planet, it hasn't changed a bit. Silverlake: gorgeous architectural homes on the hills, trendy spots along Hyperion...but kinda ugly IMHO (just around this spot). Echo Park has gorgeous views and some stunning old houses. Southeast Echo Park is still gritty. All 3 of these have bars, clubs, restaurants, shops...
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Old 05-27-2007, 03:46 PM
 
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thanks for your input. which do you think would have lowest traffic driving to and from commerce. i will be going to commerce casino almost every day. also, i have heard that the average temperature goes up a lot the further inland you are. how true is that? do you think there is a noticeable difference between culver city and pasadena? thanks again.
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