Natives on Tour in Hollywood

Our family lives in Los Angeles, California. It is a hop, skip, and a jump on the new subway to get to Hollywood Blvd, where we have six rooms reserved at the old (1927) Roosevelt Hotel. All seventeen of us are natives of Los Angeles, but we are going to play like tourists in Hollywood. There is enough to keep us constantly busy. We have two days on Hollywood Blvd and one night at the hotel. I will keep you posted on our adventure:Natives on Tour In Hollywood.

Our plans have us lunching at Musso and Frank’s, touring the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre with all of the characters on parade, viewing the stars of famous people on the Boulevard, seeing Toy Story 3 at the El Capitan, dining at The Pig and Whistle,  and swimming at the hotel. The next day we will breakfast at Mel’s Diner, go on a tour of the Kodak Theater, walk the Walk of Fame, view the Wax Museum, and Ripley’s Believe it or not. Some of us plan to go to the Max Factor Museum while the others go on their appointed rounds.  We want to make certain that we save enough time to enjoy the hotel and all its glory as well as seeing all of the wonderful places we have outlined for our adventure:  Natives on Tour in Hollywood.

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Mark
    Jul 09, 2010 @ 13:33:39

    Sheila,
    My name is Mark Echeverria, I am 4th generation in the family at Musso and Frank Grill. I read your blog and was wondering what day you and your “native tourist” group will be coming in to the restaurant. I think this is a great idea, and would like to do something special.
    Have you made a reservation yet?
    Feel free to call me at the restaurant 323-467-7788
    Thank you Sheila, and anything I can do please let me know!

    Reply

  2. diane isaacs
    Sep 06, 2010 @ 15:02:00

    Sheila, the pictures are beautiful. Holland is the only country we had to miss. The entire blog is fabulous, and you give me inspiration to go on and continue with psychological writings, and maybe take a chance at other important matters in the world. Diane

    Reply

    • Sheila Clapkin
      Sep 06, 2010 @ 18:53:45

      You give me your beautiful words and they inspire me to continue to blog and enjoy the process.
      Thank You so much. Yes, take a chance in the important matters of the world and in your life.
      Let us both go for IT!

      Reply

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