I would be open to this. Based on the timing and my availability, I would enjoy an outing to Hollyhock House with a fellow world heritage traveller. It's location in East Hollywood is accessible by Metro Train or in some cases based on location/interest I could use my vehicle to make the trip as efficient and pleasant as possible.
Los Angeles, California
- The 20th Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright (Hollyhock House)
While LA is not the best WHS destination, its value is currently increasing as a WHS traveller hub. Yosemite National Park (California), Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona), Taliesin West (Phoenix Area), and El Pinacate (Sonora, MX) are all within reasonable driving distances. Tentative nominations like the California Current Conservation Complex (CA) and Petrified Forest National Park (AZ) are also worthy destinations. The drive to Redwood National Park is probably too long for most people, in this last case Portland, Oregon or San Francisco would be the more suitable base to see the Redwoods.
Other Add-ons: There are frequent and affordable flights with Alaska Airlines via Burbank Airport (no hassle) that makes a trip to Olympic National Park via Seattle very doable. Alaska Airlines via LAX also has routine non-stop flights to Cabo San Lucas for those interested in visiting the Gulf of California WHS (including components around La Paz) and flights to Anchorage to visit Wrangell-St. Elias National Park (part of Glacier Parks WHS).