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pinecrest6

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Adding to Splinter's post, a unique thing about LA is we generally express "distance" from A to B in time, not miles. The LA area is geographically huge, and it takes 2 hours to drive from one edge to the other with no traffic. We don't think twice about driving 30 miles to meet friends for dinner.

 

If you ask a SoCal resident, hotel staff, etc. "How far is it to xxx", they are likely to answer "About 45 minutes at this time of day"....they may have no accurate idea of the distance. And the time of day is important...a 30 minute drive mid-day can be an hour at rush hour and 90 minutes if there's an accident or construction.

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