Westlake Park is one of the beauty spots of Los Angeles. It comprises thirty-five acres in the heart of the aristocratic residence district. An artificial lake of ten acres lies in its center. Hundreds of water-birds are at home on its placid bosom and its waters are dotted with sail and rowboats. Summer and Winter its ground are resplendent with bloom. To the Eastern tourist the winter aspect is a constant marvel. "On the Road of a Thousand Wonders"