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  • Hollywood Sign

    In Los Angeles, why not get that famous photograph wanted by everyone, in front of the Hollywood Sign. Its current letters are between thirty-one and thirty-nine feet wide, and forty-five feet tall This 75 year old sign is known worldwide. Who ever thought a sign for a new housing development would become so famous?

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  • Walk Of Fame

    Why not join in, visit one of the most visited tourists attraction in Los Angeles, with over 2,300 dedicated stars. Walking this three and a half mile long trip, will allow you to see the names of those stars nominated by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Walk of Fame Committee. A perfect photo opportunity for your LA visit.

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  • Hollywood Bowl

    Fancy experiencing the atmosphere in the Hollywood Bowl - infact the largest natural outdoor amphitheater in the U.S. Then check out www.hollywoodbowl.com for upcoming events and ticket prices. The Bowl is a sociable venue where music lovers can picnic socialize and enjoy live music under the open sky of California.

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  • Grauman Chinese Theatre

    Want to step in the footprints of various stars, and place your hands where they once placed theirs? Then head down to Grauman's Chinese Theater, considered once of the most astonishing theaters of all time. Where movie premiers and away shows are hosted

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  • Kodak Theatre

    Why not visit the Kodak Theater,a permanent home of the Oscars Ceremondy. Many entertainment events including concerts, public cultural events and perfomances are hosted. If you and your friends want to party like VIP's then it is possible to rent the Kodak Theater for a private party!

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  • Disney Concert Hall

    Do you want to experience a performance in the Walt Disney Concert Hall? Visit www.laphil.com. Located on 111 Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles, this hall seats 2,265 people, and is renowned for its overall building design by architect Frank Gehry

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  • Beverly Hills

    Why not visit Beverly Hills, home to most Hollywood celebrities, and other wealthy individuals and families. Visit the area where the 'Beverly Hills Cop' movies where filmed. Want to create your own claim to fame? Possible celebrity sightseeing can be experienced here.

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  • Chinatown

    A place frequently visited by tourists and city residents. Come down and experience the various ethnic restaurants, including Cantonese, Vietnamese, Indonesian and Thai. Or visit the other famous landmarks suck as the large Chinese Gateway and Statue honoring Dr. Sun Yat. Send. Another great spot for great photo opportunities.

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  • Farmers Market

    In search of ethnic cuisines and specialty foods? Then get down to the Farmers Market. One of the favorite lunch places for tourist and locals, because of the dozens of restaurants with kitchens from all over the world. Although stalls now located in a permanent building, the atmosphere of the market remains the same. With farmers directly selling fresh produce, meat, fish, baked goods and souvenirs to the public.

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  • Little Tokyo

    Why not visit Little Tokyo - a Japanese American Historic District. View some of the main cultural attractions within Little Toyko for example the Japanese American National Museum. In town in August? Great, experience Nisei Festival week, including a large parade, pageant and more. Are you a sushi lover? Little Tokyo has the best variety of authentic Japanese sushi restaurants.

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  • La Brea Tar Pits

    Located in Hancock Park, La Brea Tar Pits, is a wide city attraction bringing thousands of people in each year. Consider yourself a museum tourist? Then head to the George C. Page Museum and see specimens dated as far back as 38,000 years ago.

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  • Pink's Hot Dogs

    Feeling hungry? Get yourself down to Pink's Hot dogs located on the corner of La Brea and Melrose. Taste the various hot dogs of the celebrity named menu. Famous for Betty Pink's famous chili dogs, people sometimes wait more than an hour in line for their hotdogs there that good!

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  • Whisky a Go Go

    From Punk Rock to Heavy Metal, located on Sunset Strip, this popular nightclub has lead to many bands music careers to take off here, for example Alice Cooper. In fact this is the place where Jim Morrison and his group "The Doors" became famous. Even British performers have found themselves at Whiskey a Go Go to begin their music career including The Who, Oasis and led Zeppelin!

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  • Rodeo Drive

    From being surrounded by a large swamp, wild grape vineyard and small town of indigenous people, to now a well know shopping district. Got Dollars to spend? Then this is the place for you, with over 100 high end Boutiques from Gucci, to Valentino, and Jewelery stores occupying names like Tiffany and Cartier. The ideal way to spend hard earned money.

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  • Melrose Avenue

    Grab your purse and get yourself down to one of the best window shopping destinations in the city. Hundreds of unique designed boutiques selling very unique clothes. Actors and actresses love to shop here, because they need something unique to wear for the Oscars or Movie Premiers. This area is frequented by many famous stars. Fancy a night out? There are various comedy and nightclubs in town. No matter what interests you, you are sure to find it while walking down Melrose!

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  • Sunset Strip

    A must do while in LA. This is a well know part for Sunset District which harbors an impressive collection of nightclubs, restaurants, boutiques and rock clubs, perfect for the young generation! In fact Sunset Strip is a filming location for hundreds of different movies.

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