Budget Inn Hollywood
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBudget Inn Hollywood Los Angeles
We could not make calls from hotel, phone was for shoe only, no remote for the Tv, very very very basic
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... ended up being the first to drive. Wayne told us as long as you keep the driver to the inside of the road then you will be fine. We took off down the road and were going pretty well. We pulled up to the first 4 way stop sign which was a confusing experience. Luckily Kate had told us that these work on a first in first served basis. The cars go in the order at which they arrived at the stop signs. We got through here ok and carried on through the nice ...
... host to those types of scenes in the TV show Ghost Whisperer, as well as the movies Gremlins, Saving Mr Banks and Back to the Future. The grass is still pristine I might add, and all they do for the different movies is change the frontages of all the 'buildings' in the area. Pretty cool.
We then went over to the alley where Spiderman learnt to use his webs, as well as the alley where some scenes from Gremlins were shot. It was then onto 'New York Street,' ...
Down the hall one pauses midway at the door to a great hall. It resembles the dining hall in Harry Potter. It is here that one may join in, in costume of course, very special themed dinners and events as offered. Further down the hall one sees a trunk, suitcases and a birdcage...perhaps large enough for an owl? The walls are decorated with scenery suited to the railway station and English countryside. A perfect spot for a photo while waiting ...
... to be picked up at 09:40, and it was only 08:40 now. He said, no, it was 08:40 for pick up. Oops! The 8 looked like a 9 as it had been hand written by the hotel receptionist the day before. Luckily, the hotel re arranged the trip on our behalf for two days time on our final day. This left us with the whole day to plan out. We decided to head for a shop for Becky, which was near Wiltshire Blvd, and then head for Santa Monica. We drove through Hollywood and parked ...
... is an enormous telescope there that is open to the public in the evenings, and also a wonderful astronomy museum that unfortunately we didn't have enough time to explore thoroughly.
Our final destination was into the heart of madness on Hollywood Blvd. We saw business people, odd ball people, costumed people, homeless people and everything in between~ it was soooo crowded, but we were able to check out the ...