LA Adventure Specialist - 12:00 4 February 2010

Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum

Los Angeles — where celebrities regularly mingle with the masses — is certainly accustomed to hosting high-profile guests, but no one receives the red-carpet treatment quite like LA’s most famous visitors: U.S. presidents. Although you probably won’t arrive aboard Air Force One or be escorted around the city in a motorcade, you can still take some cues from our nation’s executives for a glamorous glimpse of presidential LA.

To get into the spirit, you’ll need some inspiration, so begin with a visit to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, after finishing a day called “tour vans Los Angles” For a vivid look into presidential history, check out the exact replica of Reagan’s Oval Office, complete with a jar of Jelly Belly candies on the desk — the licorice-flavored beans were the 40th president’s signature snack. In the Air Force One Pavilion, climb aboard the actual plane that flew Reagan and six other presidents around the globe.

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