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Where Los Angeles History Begins We Start a Private Tour 150 150 admin

Where Los Angeles History Begins We Start a Private Tour

Our Custom Tour Guests Wish to Go All the Way Back Our luxury SUV is not a Delorean and we cannot travel with our private Los Angeles tour guests forward or backward in time.  However, we can visit historical sites in the city and use our storytelling skills and imagination to take them back to…

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The Neon Lights Are Bright on Broadway (in Los Angeles) 150 150 admin

The Neon Lights Are Bright on Broadway (in Los Angeles)

Private Tour Explores This Resurgent Los Angeles Neighborhood There was a time early in the last century when Broadway in Los Angeles meant the same thing as the same boulevard in New York City – theaters, restaurants, hotels, entertainment.  Vaudeville stages in LA’s early history became movie palaces as time and cultural preferences on our…

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Once Upon a Time the Kodak Theatre 150 150 admin

Once Upon a Time the Kodak Theatre

The Name Change Escapes Most of Our Private Tour Guests We remember…the construction destruction of our familiar sightseeing path on Hollywood Boulevard near Grauman’s Chinese Theater.  The famed Walk of Fame stars in the area had been removed for safekeeping and the decrepit tall office building dismantled.  There was dust, debris and noise for the…

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Seeds of an Industry in Lompoc 150 150 admin

Seeds of an Industry in Lompoc

Our Private Tour North of Los Angeles Sees Where Seeds Come From There was a time, not too long ago, when the fields around Lompoc, California, more than 1,500 acres, would be rainbow-colored with flowers and buds all through the summer.  To gardeners the names Burpee, Denholm and Bodger meant packets of seeds to be…

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The Black Dahlia Murder Site Visited on Our Dark Side Tour 150 150 admin

The Black Dahlia Murder Site Visited on Our Dark Side Tour

Murder and Mayhem Piques Our Private Tour Guests’ Interests Los Angeles, like any major American city, has its share of tabloid murders and scandals.  Many of our private Los Angeles tour guests request that we show them the city from this perspective which we are highly qualified to do.  Besides more recent show trials like…

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The King of Malls in Hollywood 150 150 admin

The King of Malls in Hollywood

Our Luxury Tour Guests Cannot Believe What They See – But It Is Hollywood One of the most interesting malls anyone will visit in the U.S. is Hollywood & Highland right in the heart of tinsel town.  Designed with a giant archway and two towering columns topped with sitting elephants this relic from ancient history…

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Stay or Go – Kikki Eder, Artist 150 150 admin

Stay or Go – Kikki Eder, Artist

Art is Everywhere to Be Seen on a Private Tour in Los Angeles We have art museums and art galleries galore all through Los Angeles.  Many of our private Los Angeles tour guests are not only interested in seeing the completed works of area artists but also want to see where those painters, sculptors and…

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TBT – Arroyo Seco Parkway 150 150 admin

TBT – Arroyo Seco Parkway

Our Private Tour Guests (Generally) Love This Drive For this Throw Back Thursday (TBT) we feature a vintage photograph of the oldest freeway in the west, the Arroyo Seco Parkway, which connects downtown Los Angeles (DTLA) with Pasadena.  A little over 8 miles long it follows the sinuous pathway of the Arroyo Seco river (safe…

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The Marilyn Monroe Bungalow 150 150 admin

The Marilyn Monroe Bungalow

Not All Our Private Tour Guests Stay Here but They All See It While we love pulling up to the porte–cochère at the beautiful Beverly Hills Hotel to meet our guests ready for a private luxury tour of Los Angeles, we also make it a point to at least drive by with all of our…

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Underground Art in Los Angeles Might Mean the Subway 150 150 admin

Underground Art in Los Angeles Might Mean the Subway

Transit Art for Our Private Tour Guests Means a Train Ride Visitors to Los Angeles, even local residents, do not immediately think of subway trains when they consider the idea of public transportation in our city.  Even trolley cars seem foreign despite the popularity of WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT.  All you see in our city…

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