Chinese Theatre - The courtyard is
famous for the hand and footprints of Hollywood
celebrities, dating from 1927 through the
& Highland Center - Shopping, dining
and entertainment center connected to the Kodak
Theatre in the heart of Hollywood with numerous
attractions and a great view of the Hollywood
Bowl - Outdoor amphitheater with a
dramatic, state-of-the-art stage, museum and
Studios Hollywood / Universal Citywalk
- Immerse yourself in the movie action with the
new mega-attraction based on the blockbuster hit
movie and TV series, "The Simpsons." Experience
pulse-pounding rides and full-sensory
attractions like Transformers - The Ride 3-D"
and "Revenge Of The Mummy - The
Griffith Observatory - Nonprofit educational institution that provides information on astronomy and related sciences to the public. An ambitious $93-million renovation to renew the Observatory's world-class standing and restore and enhance the Observatory's ability to pursue its public astronomy mission was recently completed.
Hills Rodeo Drive - Rodeo Drive is the
world-famous shopping street often recognized as
the epicenter of luxury fashion. Three city
blocks house more than 100 world-renowned
boutiques and hotels.
Market / The Grove - Created in 1934 as
an open-air produce market, Farmer's Market is a
true Los Angeles landmark: great shopping, an
amazing array of restaurants, and grocery
merchants in an unmistakably authentic
Santa Monica / Third Street Promenade -
Bordered by the pacific Ocean and home to Third
Street Promenade, an outdoor collection of
restaurants, shops and theaters, Santa Monica
truly is a must-see when visiting LA.
Beach Boardwalk - Bike on the
oceanfront path, catch tricks or daredevil
skaters and boarders, watch them pump iron at
world-famous Muscle Beach. Take in live music,
street performers, unique shops and restaurants.
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