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Rock N Roll Heaven

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Hollywood Lost Forever

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Grauman's Chinese Theater

Chinese Forecourt Guide

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The Ambassador Hotel

Ambassador Hotel Last Tour

The Stars Real Names.

Shopping Centers

Beaches of LA County

Day Trips & Theme Parks


Orange County

Views of  Los Angeles

Travel Facts Hints and Tips

Hollywood is the land of stars to its visitors,  you can visit your favorite Celebrity Grave or drive past Celebrity Homes and Famous Hollywood Houses. Whilst driving you will also recognize many famous Hollywood Film Locations, from films which the stars appeared in. The world famous Beverly Hills, Sunset Boulevard and Sunset Strip are just a few minutes away, as is the Hollywood Bowl, and opposite is the historic "Barn" where the worlds first full length movie was made. The grave and last home of Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe are both within easy reach and visited daily by her admirers. The world famous Rodeo Drive and Wilshire Boulevard shopping districts can be found not far away, as can the "Hard Rock Cafe" and the unique "Tail of the Pup" hotdog stand which has appeared in numerous films. Visitors to the area will be unable to miss the famous Hollywood Sign set in the Hollywood Hills. Hollywood Boulevard is also a destination most tourists won't want to miss. The Hollywood Walk of Fame comprises of 18 blocks of  Hollywood stars embedded in the sidewalk that honor Hollywood stars of the past and present. Grauman's Chinese Theatre is a must see attraction along Hollywood Boulevard. Here, you can match your foot and handprints with the Hollywood stars in this famous landmark's courtyard. The theatre itself opened in 1927, the same year movie idols began leaving their hand and footprints outside the building. Today over 200 prints of Hollywood legends exist for tourists to see. Hollywood is brimming with the faces of the stars, and murals can be found in all kinds of places. A short walk past Grauman's Chinese Theatre is the Hollywood Entertainment Museum where you can see how movies and TV shows are made or sit in Captain Kirk's chair on the Starship Enterprise or Norm's at the Cheers set. If you don't catch a glimpse of a real-life Hollywood celebrity, stare as long as you want to at the life like figures in the Hollywood Wax Museum. Or, feel the excitement of movie-making on one of the famous Hollywood Studio Tours.

Hollywood became part of greater Los Angeles in 1910, and just one year later the first motion picture studio was established. Today, Hollywood is synonymous with the film industry, portraying visions of glamour and nostalgia unmatched anywhere else in the world.

Los Angeles, known as "L.A." or the "City of Angels", is the largest city in the state of California and the second-largest in the United States. Los Angeles was incorporated as a municipality on April 4, 1850, five months before California achieved statehood and is the county seat of Los Angeles County. As of the 2005 U.S. Census estimate, the city had a population of 3.8 million and is the core cultural and economic center of the Los Angeles - Long Beach - Santa Ana metropolitan area, with a population of 12.9 million. Los Angeles is one of the world's most important centers of culture, science, technology, international trade, and higher education. It has also hosted two Olympic Games - in 1932 and 1984 and is home to numerous world-renowned institutions of a broad range of professional and cultural fields. In addition, the city is arguably the world's leading producer of popular entertainment such as motion pictures, television, and recorded music which forms the base of its international fame and global status. Los Angeles is also one of the most cosmopolitan places in the world. People have long been attracted to the world-class city for its balmy weather, unique and vibrant lifestyle, laid-back energy, Pacific Rim Gateway status, and the hope of realizing the "Hollywood Dream."

Los Angeles has year round sunshine, palm trees & fabulous golden beaches making Los Angeles one of god's paradises on earth. "Los Angeles" covers over 1000 sq. miles and consists of 88 incorporated cities & dozens of individual neighborhoods many of which have their own city halls, police forces & fire brigades. Whilst all the major attractions are widely advertised, there are far more which are not. These attractions plus many more can all be found on this website, allowing you before departure to familiarize  yourself with Los Angeles & Hollywood - Movie Capital of the World.

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