Posts Tagged ‘Dodgers’
Baseball Fans Love to Tour Los Angeles
The Los Angeles Dodgers‘ season is not over. There is still time to hear the mellifluous descriptions of the game by Vin Scully, the Dodgers’ broadcast announcer, a national treasure and this year’s Tournament of Roses Parade Grand Marshall. There is still a chance to enjoy a Dodger dog and a cold brew while looking out at the blue skies over Chavez Ravine. There will surely be more loud hits to cheer along with all the Hollywood stars rooting for the local big league baseball team. The boys in blue still can beat the guys in red and then we will see Dodger Stadium on national television hosting the middle games of the World Series. “It ain’t over ’til it’s over,” as Yogi Berra said (Dodgers coach Don Mattingly probably knows Mr. Berra well being a former Yankee himself) and the Dodgers batters awakened in their last game in a big way. Our private luxury tour guests frequently ask us about the local teams and during the summer we can tell which of our guests love baseball. If we are flying over the city on a helicopter tour then we spend some time hovering around the ballpark near downtown. On the ground we have ways to get near the ballpark for our guests who love and respect great baseball teams. So pull on your blue baseball cap and get as enthusiastic and crazy as Yasiel Puig, the Dodgers ebullient right fielder. GO DODGERS!
Dodger Baseball Means Summer in Los Angeles
The solstice and the Supermoon just passed so it is now officially summer. Summer means baseball and in Los Angeles that requires a trip to Chavez Ravine and to Dodger Stadium. Since we cannot fly over the stadium on game days on our private Los Angeles helicopter tour we have to encourage our guests to have us get them Dodger tickets to see the stadium and experience a game at the third oldest baseball park (after Fenway and Wrigley for you baseball trivia buffs) in the U.S. and one of the best (certainly the best weather). The Dodgers moved to Los Angeles in 1958 from Brooklyn (more trivia: the 1883 Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers) and have remained among baseball’s superstar teams all this time. Now in town for a short series are their northern California archrivals, the World Champion San Francisco Giants. Plan a custom luxury tour of Los Angeles with us and have us drop you off after the tour at the stadium for a delightful evening of baseball action. Even if you cannot make it to a game on this visit be sure to tune into the Dodger broadcast to hear the great Vin Scully call the action.