First stop, Bradbury Building, the oldest commercial building remaining in Downtown and was famously featured in the movie Blade Runner. Externally, it's not much to look at, but once you go in, it's glorious. It's got a glass roof that light up the center court, and everything glows with the lights reflecting off the wood and red/orange color bricks and tiles. On each floor, there are black ornate iron railings that wrap around the building and decorates the two open cage elevators.
Honestly, I could have stayed there all day, but I dragged myself out eventually. One block up, there is the Angel's Flight, a funicular railway that was built in 1901. Right next to it, is the Angel's Knoll, which contained the famous bench featured in the movie 500 Days of Summer. The hilly park provides a nice resting area that overlook the busy streets down below. I walked up the flight of stairs and spent some time sitting in the park just people watching and snapped some shots.