Alta Cienega Motel
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... find the starts dining here for lunch. We were offered free champs he on arrival while awaiting out table. Can be expensive for LA but well worth it for the atmosphere and food. Return on the red route bus of dateline tours hop on off bus. 54$ US for a two day pass. If you have a car head up the Hollywood hills for a scenic drive. It will also be the closest you will be able to come to the hollywood sign. There is a viewing spot at the top of Hollywood lake. Alternatively get a ...
... house where Happy Days was filmed, the original Scientology church, the house where Christmas Vacation was filmed, lots of movie and recording studios including Paramount and Fox. We also drove down Sunset Strip and went past the Whiskey-a-go-go club which is famous for performances by Led Zeppelin and The Doors amongst other things. We eventually got dropped back near our hotel to see the best sunset yet - see pic - and to get ready to leave for New ...
... On the boulevard, it is so incredibly busy. The street is lined with people dressed as movie characters you can take a picture with. They do it for tips, though, so be careful!
We walked up and down the Walk of Fame until we finally found the Beatles, right at the start, next to Elvis Presley. Dad was pretty excited!
It was getting dark already, so we hopped back on the bus to drop us near home before we cooked dinner for ourselves and watched some movies.
... LA moment" in the supermarket when I overhead two people talking, one describing himself as a "preditor"- a producer/editor. That's the most ridiculous thing I've heard.
We made dinner at home, which was nice after so many nights eating out at delicious restaurants (life is hard).
It was the evening of sleep, that I had the most amazing dream. In my dream, I was the queen of the world, and it was marvelous. Bow down subjects.
... watched them uncork it!
The director, Andy Cadiff, calls 'action'. Valerie is distracted - he says again "Valerie, action." Laughing, she replies "I know what action is!!" Betty White pipes up "It's been so long since I've had any action, I'm not sure I know what it is anymore." EVERYONE cracks up - the laughter is loud and long.
Scene; action, cut, take, wrap.
Ahhhh, Betty White - thank you.
You really can't improve on a good thing.