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Fairbanks and Fairbanks Forever 150 150 admin

Fairbanks and Fairbanks Forever

Visiting the many celebrity cemeteries in Los Angeles can mean an entire afternoon for a private luxury tour with us though generally, if our guests are interested, we will stop only at one burial ground.  If we are in Hollywood then our preferred visit is to Hollywood Forever right behind Paramount Studios.  This beautiful spot…

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Howard Hughes’ Secret Studio Entrance 150 150 admin

Howard Hughes’ Secret Studio Entrance

How often do you drive past something odd yet never really give it any thought until someone points it out to you?  Anyone in Los Angeles who has driven past the old Warner Hollywood Studios on Santa Monica Boulevard just west of La Brea has seen this unusual garage door with no driveway leading into…

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Enjoy the Book of Mormon at the Pantages 150 150 admin

Enjoy the Book of Mormon at the Pantages

It’s here … the Book of Mormon has finally arrived in Los Angeles from Broadway.  This delightful and irreverent look at the religion of one of our presidential candidates will probably not shock and offend its audience as much as provoke and titillate them with copious amounts of laughter and mirth.  Let’s not forget the…

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Another Young Life Saved at Los Angeles Children’s Hospital 150 150 admin

Another Young Life Saved at Los Angeles Children’s Hospital

We usually photograph our private luxury tour guests on a helicopter landing on a downtown skyscraper.  This time, though, we captured this rescue helicopter making a landing at the Los Angeles Children’s Hospital. Founded in 1901, The Los Angeles Children’s hospital is the largest healthcare facility on the west coast of North America for children in critical condition…

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Superman Rests in Hollywood 150 150 admin

Superman Rests in Hollywood

It was a wearying summer for the Hollywood Walk of Fame characters and here we grab a shot of Superman taking a break even as everyone watches.  He can always blame it on stash of green kryptonite hidden nearby.  Our private luxury tour guests just love these folks and happily tip them for photos which…

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Princess Diana on the Queen Mary 150 150 admin

Princess Diana on the Queen Mary

Because of its popularity, the exhibit devoted to Princess Diana that is on the Queen Mary ocean liner, permanently berthed at Long Beach, CA, is still available to visit.  Memorabilia celebrating the late Princess of Wales will be available for viewing including designer gowns (selected for the collection by Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge) as…

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Breakfast for Lunch at The Omelette Parlor 150 150 admin

Breakfast for Lunch at The Omelette Parlor

One of the coolest places to have a quick and easy meal is at The Omelette Parlor on Main Street in Santa Monica, the neighborhood known as Ocean Park.  Open before 7a.m. and into the late afternoon you can easily fulfill that hankering for eggs, French toast and bacon with piping hot coffee and fresh…

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The AfroBeatles in Concert at MacArthur Park – Free! 150 150 admin

The AfroBeatles in Concert at MacArthur Park – Free!

If you have not taken advantage of the wonderful free concerts hosted every summer at a Levitt Pavilion (one in Memorial Park in Pasadena and the other in MacArthur Park in Los Angeles) here is a last opportunity to groove to funky music without having to stand in line and exchange a paycheck for a…

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Los Angeles and Modern Architecture 150 150 admin

Los Angeles and Modern Architecture

Richard Neutra is just one of the celebrated architects who created notable and even historic structures in and around Los Angeles.  Our custom private tours are frequently designed to satisfy the curiosity of architecture lovers coming to southern California.  Of course they want to see Hollywood and Beverly Hills and Venice and Malibu, but their…

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Wonder Woman Would Rather Be Shopping 150 150 admin

Wonder Woman Would Rather Be Shopping

High above Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills the figure of Wonder Woman watches over the happy shoppers wandering in and out of fine boutiques and salons and galleries.  The figure is a part of the current exhibit at the Paley Center for Media called TV Out of the Box.  This extensive and exciting collection of…

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