The weekend of March 29-30 at the Long Beach Pier has been dubbed the “Beverly Hills Summer Weekend” by a local newspaper.
According to the Los Angeles Times, locals can enjoy the beach from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., while beachfront bars, restaurants, and clubs all have regular open hours.
In Long Beach, the popular Sunset Beach neighborhood, the weekend is usually the busiest.
But the beach can be a tough sell for people with little experience with the city’s beaches.
So what’s it really like to walk or bike through Long Beach’s famous coastline?
What’s the beach like for people who live outside the city?
Read on to find out.
Read moreThe Long Beach waterfront is one of the most popular beaches in the country, according to the Long Island Times.
According in the Times, the beach’s popularity has been growing since the 1970s, with locals and visitors alike taking advantage of the beach and its proximity to the city.
But, according the Times article, some of the perks of Long Beach beaches are limited.
For one thing, beaches are closed on Sundays.
And when Long Beach is in the middle of a hurricane, the area’s beaches are also often closed to the public.
In other words, people have to take a bus or train to the beach.
But that doesn’t mean Long Beach has no beaches.
Many of the beaches are popular with the general public, but locals have to navigate the city by foot or bike to get to them.
But that’s all changed in the past few years, thanks to an influx of tourists, who have brought new life into the beaches.
Bike lanes and sidewalks have opened up, with some Long Beach parks offering rides to and from their beaches, and new beachfront parks have opened to the general population.
And, according in the New York Times, people are coming back to Long Beach for the beach too.
“The beach has been a great gateway to the rest of Long Island,” said Long Beach resident Dan Smith.
“But, now people want to come to the beaches and enjoy the freshness of the air.”