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Its not quite hollywood b...but it was cool they had in n out way down it... Some stars various restaurants, I was like this is the sunset strip I herd so much about bogus, but it had some things to see and less busy, so...More
Didn't have a lot of time here to site see since on business; however, had to drive down Sunset Blvd. It was a bit disappointing to see some of the area had declined. Sad, the community hasn't kept it up.
No trip to Los Angeles would be complete without a visit to Sunset Strip ! We visited as part of a city tour and unfortunately tour buses are not allowed to stop, so we had to take in the main sights as we drove through....More
We stayed in Anaheim and drove towards Sunset Boulevard. It was amazing drive, it was little crowded when we reached city, we enjoyed it. City was all shining for upcoming holiday season(Christmas). We made it just in time for sunset, it was beautiful sunset I...More
Looking to kill some time with a drive? We left Griffith Park & headed towards Beverly Hills driving through different neighborhoods and down Sunset’s famous section. If you understand rock music & comedy show origins you’ll drive by the iconic locations. Nothing to truly stop...More
During our last trip to LA we resided in Loews Hollywood hotel. So we had to pass by the Sunset Boulevard every time we go out. It's really a long stretched road that connects all Beverly hills, Hollywood and Downtown LA. Sometimes traffic could be...More
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Sunset is fine, keep the passengers on the curbside is a good way to remember things when you are driving. When you get to Santa Monica switch to Wilshire Blvd. Stop at El Cholo grab a bite to eat and then keep going down... More
Sunset is fine, keep the passengers on the curbside is a good way to remember things when you are driving. When you get to Santa Monica switch to Wilshire Blvd. Stop at El Cholo grab a bite to eat and then keep going down Wilshire to Ocean Blvd. Stop and watch the sunset, you can park here and sit on the bench. It's beautiful.
If earlier, keep on Sunset, as you get near the coast, keep an eye on your left and when you see the Self-realization fellowship pull in and take a break walking around the gardens. A little hidden treasure, then back on Sunset to the PCH (Pacific Coast Highway) turn right and you are on your way to Malibu my friend. If you like to pack your schedule, call the Getty museum and see if you can get in that day. You will be going to the original Getty museum which has been renovated and worth your time seeing. Have fun, stay safe.