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THE old Leonis adobe has thick walls, a wide veranda and dark wood floors that slope so much that they almost tip you down the stairs. Around it, on a dusty six-acre plot, Los Angeles schoolchildren come to gaze at the water tower, the shady trees and the real farm animals some have never seen any cows or pigs and to remember their heritage.

The little town of Calabasas doesn't let them down. As well as the adobe, it has one of the few remaining mission bells, an old jailhouse and a hanging tree.

It used to be on the Camino Real, the road linking the chain of Spanish missions along the California coast, and had a rare permanent spring and later a staging post.

It has a touch of the Wild West, a touch of the Hispanic and a touch of 19th-century California about it. It's only when you drive past the retired actors' home and the creek, to the junction of Topanga Canyon Boulevard and Ventura Freeway, that you remember that you are on the wrong side of the Santa Monica Mountains and are therefore in the Valley. Gag me with a spoon! It's like, totally awesome! Imagine Los Angeles occupying a giant, flat-bottomed bowl, ringed by mountains and giving onto the Pacific in the west.

Then imagine, just above it, a smaller bowl, equally flat-bottomed, equally ringed by magnificent mountains, but cut off from the ocean by a lump of land. That's the San Fernando Valley. It is California's Essex; loved by its 1.

When the movie Valley Girls engraved the slang, the girls and the malls on everyone's imagination, it marked the point at which the snobbery coalesced. It was also hot, flat and didn't have any ocean. As one Santa Monica estate agent puts it: It's all air-conditioning, bad hair and bad shoes. That's a generalisation, but it's still the Valley.

I'm not going there. The Valley Girls themselves were just as appalled by the idea of crossing over to Hollywood, which they saw as a crumbling dump fair dos, it was back in the early s full of people wearing black. The psychological border was - and is - at Mulholland Drive, the mountain road lined with luxury homes which snakes its way west from the Hollywood Hills to the expensive canyons of the Santa Monica Mountains.

Once across the Drive and down in the Valley proper, you will find Calabasas tucked into the south-west corner of square miles of suburbs. It is hot, it is true; several degrees above LA's coastal communities, with the fiery breath of the Santa Anas wind coming over from the Mojave in late summer.

It is also as flat as a circuit board; though the classier areas rise into the foothills, particularly beneath Mulholland Drive. However, most visitors to LA will go to the Valley at least once, probably without realising it. It not only has some of LA's oldest historical sites and some of its most famous tourist attractions - the San Fernando Mission and Universal Studios, to name but two - it also has the bulk of the working movie industry in Burbank and Studio City and the consolation that its derided suburban culture - malls, fast food, cars, cruising - symbolises Los Angeles, if not America, to the rest of us.

Anyway, the Valley is fighting back. Mindful of its separate identity and probably sick of all the jokes about girls and porn it is rumoured to produce 60 per cent of the world's porn movies, a figure difficult to verify , it is making moves to secede from LA, taking with it a lot of tax dollars and its booming movie and aerospace industries. As if to underline this growing confidence, it refers to itself pointedly as "The Valley of the Stars".

The nearest most people get to the stars is Universal, built on the lip of the Valley on the site of an old chicken ranch. It is the definitive studio tour and the biggest working studio complex in the world, used by many of its rivals in nearby Burbank.

Some sound stages - hangars with soundproof "elephant doors" - go back to the s and scatters of bungalows, now production offices, were once rest suites for the stars.

Every so often you get a whiff of studio-system glamour and the days when live audiences - under strict instructions to be silent - came here to watch Westerns being filmed. One of the most popular attractions, Backdraft, a mocked-up sound stage from the eponymous movie which explodes in flames in front of your eyes, is introduced by its director, Ron Howard, a Valley Boy.

Sure enough, a surprising number of stars were brought up in the Valley - Robert Redford and Marilyn Monroe went to Van Nuys High - and back in the early years of the 20th century many celebrities owned ranches out in what was then a rural outpost with a water shortage and a lot of citrus farms. The story of Mulholland "the man who brought water to LA" , the Valley and the ugly local skirmishes that became known as the Water Wars was enshrined in a definitive Hollywood movie, Roman Polanski's Chinatown.

It is still written on the valley floor in the form of the old stone reservoirs, the newer dams which supply LA and double as recreation areas , the aqueduct which stretches a staggering miles from the High Sierra and the cascades where it burst out of the mountainside on November 5 , watched by thousands of delighted citizens.

The cascades - pointed out to generations of bored Angelenos by their parents - come into view as you drive north across the Valley from Universal to Six Flags Magic Mountain, the high-adrenaline theme park tucked into one of the northern passes. If Universal is family, Magic Mountain is urban teens. Its theming is sketchier, the rides are stupendous and the place is full of slouching adolescents. They had gang problems a few years ago, when the high schools rented the park for graduation, and there are still signs saying that weapons are not allowed.

It's refreshingly edgy for a theme park. Edge is a recurring theme in the Valley. Most tourist attractions, from the parks to the dams to the Paramount Ranch location for Dr Quinn - Medicine Woman, where you can ride in authentic Western surroundings are perched on it, as if they can't quite face being true Valley entities. It's reassuring to arrive at the old San Fernando Mission, right on the hot flats, and wander from cool adobes into the blinding light of the gardens, imagining the Indian settlement that once sprawled around it and the busy trade in corn, hides and tallow to and from the cattle town of Los Angeles, then a day's ride away.

Really to bite the bullet, though, you must aim your car along the infinity of avenues and boulevards bisecting the valley floor. During the post-war housing shortage, returning servicemen moved their families into "tract homes" - endless rows of modest houses built on Valley sub-divisions - which in turn produced its rigid grid structure. Curves mean quality in LA.

Go figure, as they say. The most famous boulevards are Van Nuys pronounced "Van Ice" , the American Graffiti-style cruising drag of the mids, and Ventura, where stars prowl for clothes in tiny boutiques and signs trumpet everything from Brazilian bikini-waxes to dyeing your dog green for St Patrick's Day. After that, drive for five minutes in almost any direction and pull in to a parking lot for what some would say is the authentic flavour of the Valley.

Pink formica table tops and flasks of help-yourself coffee labelled Cinnamon, Hazelnut or French Decaf. Order, take the food to your table in bags and polystyrene cups, and gaze out through the sheet glass at the pizzerias, psychic aura readers, nearly-new clothing stores, nail bars, dry cleaners, personal weight trainers, hair salons, mail-box rentals and Pilates studios, all rubbing shoulders under a sky of celluloid desert blue.

This is the mini-mall - a Valley invention which combines the accessibility of a corner shop with the choice of an out-of-town mall - made of brick or concrete, two storeys high, with generous parking regulations and familiar shops. It replicates itself like a small, pleasant virus, right across the valley floor. It is perfect for people-watching and shovelling down quantities of incredibly cheap American food. It makes you feel as though you are starring in Pulp Fiction or some other modern urban movie.

The Leonis Adobe is open pm, Wed-Sun ; www. The San Fernando Valley has an excellent website www. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation. Friday 19 October It feels such a long, long way from Calabasas.

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It is hot, it is true; several degrees above LA's coastal communities, with the fiery breath of the Santa Anas wind coming over from the Mojave in late summer. It is also as flat as a circuit board; though the classier areas rise into the foothills, particularly beneath Mulholland Drive.

However, most visitors to LA will go to the Valley at least once, probably without realising it. It not only has some of LA's oldest historical sites and some of its most famous tourist attractions - the San Fernando Mission and Universal Studios, to name but two - it also has the bulk of the working movie industry in Burbank and Studio City and the consolation that its derided suburban culture - malls, fast food, cars, cruising - symbolises Los Angeles, if not America, to the rest of us.

Anyway, the Valley is fighting back. Mindful of its separate identity and probably sick of all the jokes about girls and porn it is rumoured to produce 60 per cent of the world's porn movies, a figure difficult to verify , it is making moves to secede from LA, taking with it a lot of tax dollars and its booming movie and aerospace industries. As if to underline this growing confidence, it refers to itself pointedly as "The Valley of the Stars". The nearest most people get to the stars is Universal, built on the lip of the Valley on the site of an old chicken ranch.

It is the definitive studio tour and the biggest working studio complex in the world, used by many of its rivals in nearby Burbank. Some sound stages - hangars with soundproof "elephant doors" - go back to the s and scatters of bungalows, now production offices, were once rest suites for the stars. Every so often you get a whiff of studio-system glamour and the days when live audiences - under strict instructions to be silent - came here to watch Westerns being filmed.

One of the most popular attractions, Backdraft, a mocked-up sound stage from the eponymous movie which explodes in flames in front of your eyes, is introduced by its director, Ron Howard, a Valley Boy.

Sure enough, a surprising number of stars were brought up in the Valley - Robert Redford and Marilyn Monroe went to Van Nuys High - and back in the early years of the 20th century many celebrities owned ranches out in what was then a rural outpost with a water shortage and a lot of citrus farms. The story of Mulholland "the man who brought water to LA" , the Valley and the ugly local skirmishes that became known as the Water Wars was enshrined in a definitive Hollywood movie, Roman Polanski's Chinatown.

It is still written on the valley floor in the form of the old stone reservoirs, the newer dams which supply LA and double as recreation areas , the aqueduct which stretches a staggering miles from the High Sierra and the cascades where it burst out of the mountainside on November 5 , watched by thousands of delighted citizens.

The cascades - pointed out to generations of bored Angelenos by their parents - come into view as you drive north across the Valley from Universal to Six Flags Magic Mountain, the high-adrenaline theme park tucked into one of the northern passes.

If Universal is family, Magic Mountain is urban teens. Its theming is sketchier, the rides are stupendous and the place is full of slouching adolescents. They had gang problems a few years ago, when the high schools rented the park for graduation, and there are still signs saying that weapons are not allowed. It's refreshingly edgy for a theme park.

Edge is a recurring theme in the Valley. Most tourist attractions, from the parks to the dams to the Paramount Ranch location for Dr Quinn - Medicine Woman, where you can ride in authentic Western surroundings are perched on it, as if they can't quite face being true Valley entities. It's reassuring to arrive at the old San Fernando Mission, right on the hot flats, and wander from cool adobes into the blinding light of the gardens, imagining the Indian settlement that once sprawled around it and the busy trade in corn, hides and tallow to and from the cattle town of Los Angeles, then a day's ride away.

Really to bite the bullet, though, you must aim your car along the infinity of avenues and boulevards bisecting the valley floor. During the post-war housing shortage, returning servicemen moved their families into "tract homes" - endless rows of modest houses built on Valley sub-divisions - which in turn produced its rigid grid structure.

Curves mean quality in LA. Go figure, as they say. The most famous boulevards are Van Nuys pronounced "Van Ice" , the American Graffiti-style cruising drag of the mids, and Ventura, where stars prowl for clothes in tiny boutiques and signs trumpet everything from Brazilian bikini-waxes to dyeing your dog green for St Patrick's Day.

After that, drive for five minutes in almost any direction and pull in to a parking lot for what some would say is the authentic flavour of the Valley. Pink formica table tops and flasks of help-yourself coffee labelled Cinnamon, Hazelnut or French Decaf.

Order, take the food to your table in bags and polystyrene cups, and gaze out through the sheet glass at the pizzerias, psychic aura readers, nearly-new clothing stores, nail bars, dry cleaners, personal weight trainers, hair salons, mail-box rentals and Pilates studios, all rubbing shoulders under a sky of celluloid desert blue.

This is the mini-mall - a Valley invention which combines the accessibility of a corner shop with the choice of an out-of-town mall - made of brick or concrete, two storeys high, with generous parking regulations and familiar shops.

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