Day: June 18, 2020

Seller of Travel | State of California – Department of Justice

California requires all sellers of travel to register with the Attorney General’s Office and to display the registration number on all advertising. While not assuring that a company is reputable, a valid registration signals that the seller of travel has at least followed the law to be registered.

When you’re at a travel agency, ask to see the seller of travel’s registration acknowledgement — a one-page document issued by the Attorney General’s Seller of Travel Program. Be sure to check the expiration date to determine whether the registration is still valid.

You also may use the “Seller Search” feature on this website to assist you in determining whether a seller of travel is registered with our office. Since there are many similar seller of travel names, please spell out the full name and address of the company.

If you prefer, you can find out whether a seller of travel is

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Can I travel in the U.S. right now? Yes, but be careful

Should you travel around the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic? The short answer: It’s up to you. Of course, the real answer is more complicated.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention usually doesn’t give travel advice and restrictions, but the agency’s website devotes an entire page of questions and factors to consider before you go anywhere. The California Department of Public Health follows those same guidelines.

First and foremost, you need to weigh whether you are putting yourself or others at risk. Are you sick or do you have underlying health conditions? You probably shouldn’t be traveling and increasing your risk of getting the disease. Then ask yourself: Is your travel urgent?

Every U.S. state has confirmed cases of COVID-19. Currently 97% of the U.S. population is under stay-at-home orders and social distancing guidelines.

“This whole [novel coronavirus] problem is evolving. Look where we were two months ago,” said

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Los Angeles Tourist Information, Attractions and Activities

Tourist at Hollywood Overlook on Mulholland Drive. [Photo Credit: LAtourist.com]Hollywood Overlook on Mulholland Drive

Amusement Parks, Shopping Centers and Malls, Hollywood, Things to do near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Free Tourist Activities, Sightseeing, Tourist Attraction Links, Museums, Outdoor Activities and Los Angeles Travel Guides.

Find out how to be in the studio audience for game shows, attend free TV talk shows or even be in a movie! Some game shows choose participants from the audience. One website recruits people to be extras in movies.

Los Angeles is a world-class premium shopping destination. Not only do we have a variety of stores to suit every taste and budget; we also have several different types of shopping venues. This list of Los Angeles-area malls, shopping districts (such as the Grove and Third Street Promenade) and open-air markets is organized by location. It includes factory outlets and farmers markets.

A variety of Los Angeles guided tours that you can purchase online,

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