Celebrity Sightings at The Walk of Fame in Hollywood

Want guaranteed celebrity sightings during your visit to Hollywood and Beverly Hills?  One can definitely make this happen when timed with Walk of Fame honoree ceremonies in Hollywood.  In fact, tomorrow, Hall and Oates will receive their star on the Walk of Fame. From the Official Walk of Fame Website: The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that Daryl Hall & John Oates will be honored with the 2,587th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Friday. September 2, 2016, at 11:30 a.m. PDT. The star in the category of Recording will be dedicated at 6752 Hollywood Boulevard in front of the Musicians Institute Helping Emcee and Hollywood Chamber President/CEO Leron Gubler to unveil the star will 

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When in Downtown L.A., visit Clifton’s Cafeteria

When our 1935 landmark in Downtown L.A., Clifton’s Cafeteria, closed down a few years back, many local fans feared that the charm would be swept away with renovations.  Just the opposite.  This unique venue is back, and better than ever. Even though the cafeteria dining options have changed, the great nostalgia has been preserved.  This venue would make for a great outing for the family.  Kids will enjoy the taxidermy animals throughout the complex, as well as the waterfall and giant forest trees in the main dining room.  Adults will enjoy The Monarch, The Brookdale, Gothic Bar, and the Pacific Seas. From the Clifton’s L.A. website: Clifton’s, the world’s largest public cafeteria and California’s lone survivor from the Golden Age 

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Your Introduction to Los Angeles and Sightseeing Tours

Happy New Year All! Approximately 90% of what we do at Glitterati Tours is straightforward sightseeing tours of the city of Los Angeles.  We cover famous landmarks, celebrity homes, shopping areas, history, dining options, hot bars, gossip, real estate, and everything else that L.A. has to offer. The other 10% is somewhat of a hybrid version of the following which includes an introduction to Los Angeles: New to the city of Los Angeles: We get requests all the time for recent transplants to the area wanting a better lay of the land.  We can’t stress enough how spread out we are compared to more compact cities.  We are 469 square miles, with a mountain range range splitting us down the 

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