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Old 12-05-2011, 10:20 PM
 
Location: Las Flores, Orange County, CA
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hello,
my husband and i are from tahiti and we would love to come and visit LA for the the shopping and of course , the amusement parks. Normally we were plannin to come around the second week of april but i wanted to see if that was a good idea weather wise. We're planning to stay at Hacienda and thought someone can give us some informations.
Of course we would prefer not spending our days under the rain so any recommendations would be truly helpful.
Thank you and have a good day
Ariane

Weather will be perfect.

What is most important, especially if you are visiting Disneyland or the other amusement parks, is not to come over spring break(s) - could be very crowded.

Maybe a Wednesday not during a spring break would be the best unless you can come in mid to late January, I think Disneyland is the least crowded. I've heard Jan 1st is no crowded but not sure.
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Old 12-07-2011, 07:17 PM
 
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Out of June, July and September which do you think is the best month and which do you think is the worst month?
L.A. is very good for visiting almost around the year except rainfall season when it can get too wet sometime in Dec-Jan. Just to add 2 cents about Los Angeles. It is huge as small European country - 500 square miles, so it is very difficult to see most interesting places unless you have a friend who can give an advise where to go. I would recommend taking professionally made city sightseeing tour first, something like Los Angeles Tours - Los Angeles Travel | Best Los Angeles Tours to understand L.A. better and then set priorities on sites you want to explore.
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Old 12-08-2011, 11:14 AM
 
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At the coast, September, inland, June.
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