The Los Angeles Dodgers played the San Diego Padres and the Padres won 7 to 0. Back close to the ocean again and the weather was a cool 70 degrees, but the humidity was 78%. We had some good seats again, almost the same view that we have at SAFECO. Jim had to take all of the field pictures from the 300 level, because if you have 300 level tickets you cannot go down to the 100 level, first stadium that has had this rule. Dodger Stadium was built in 1962, seats 56,000 and even though it has been refurbished it is showing wear. We sat beside a family from Birmingham AL. The boy is a big Ms fan and was disappointed that the family was not going to Seattle (picture below). We sat behind 3 local guys who involved us in a game of what is the batter going to do (picture below). We came out ahead in the game. The field lines are LF & RF 330', CF - 395', RC & LC 360'-375'. We didn't see a mascot. The attendance was 33,778, on the 300 level most people were sitting beyond the bases because of ticket cost. Box score Padres R-7, H-11, E-0 and Dodgers R-0, H-4, E-0.
El Pueblo De Los Angeles Historic Monument - near the site of the pueblo where Los Angeles was established in 1781. Avila Adobe, which has been restored, was built in 1818 by rancher Don Francisco Avila. Old Plaza Firehouse, built in 1884, houses antique fire-fighting equipment. Olvera Street is one of the oldest streets in the city has sidewalk shops and stalls selling Mexican handicrafts and restaurants serving Mexican dishes. Supelveda House built in 1887 was used by the owner as a boarding house with shops and her own residence. All Free.

Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits exhibits reconstructed fossils of ice-age animals that were removed from the La Brea Tar Pits, Fee.

Farmers Market consists of more than 75 merchants selling groceries, international cuisine, and gift items.

Grauman's Chinese Theatre see the prints of legendary Hollywood stars immortalized in concrete.