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THE MOST LUCID DREAMS EVER.

Hollywood is best defined by its cast of characters. The nothing-is-too-weird, free-for-all spirit of Hollywood Boulevard. Rugged, outdoorsy Runyon Canyon and the Hollywood Hills. Iconic restaurants like the old world Musso & Frank Grill and Yamashiro, a Japanese temple in the hills offering stunning, sparkling vistas of Los Angeles below. The bookish (yet beautiful) Griffith Observatory and Planetarium.

ATTRACTIONS

When planning your Hollywood adventure, choose two or three “must sees,” the places you’ll tell everyone you saw when you get back home, the ones everyone reads about in all those magazines. Just leave time for unplanned detours. It’s these little discoveries you make – a Thursday evening farmer’s market in the Hollywood Hills, a divey looking Sunset Boulevard restaurant with the best Thai you’ve ever eaten or an off-the-beaten-path comedy club showcasing the up and coming late night stars of tomorrow – that you’ll end up keeping to yourself.

  • Universal City
  • Dolby Theatre
  • Staples Center
  • Getty Center
  • Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • Grauman’s (now TCL) Chinese Theater
  • Paramount Studios
  • CBS Studios
  • Universal Studios
  • Warner Brothers Studios
  • NBC Studios
  • Capitol Records
  • Sony Studios
  • BMG Music
  • Rodeo Drive
  • The Grove 
  • Runyon Canyon
  • Santa Monica Pier
  • Griffith Observatory
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
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6417 selma avenue
hollywood ca 90028

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