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Los Angeles. P.2.

Sergey Dolya • 4 minutes read • November 11th, 2015

Los Angeles

 is, first of all, associated with the film industry and 

Hollywood

. I really wanted to go to the famous sign on the hill. Reaching it was not easy. There is no access to it, and we had to get there through the nearby residential quarter:

To somehow get closer to it, I climbed on an almost vertical hill, clinging to the dry thorns and skidding on quicksand:

Hollywood appeared to be a street:

The sidewalk is covered with stars with the names of the celebrities of music and film industries (

Hollywood Walk of Fame

):

In the middle of the street is the famous Kodak Theatre (Dolby Theatre) where the Oscar Awards take place.
Next to the Kodak is the Chinese Theater. A small square in front of it is filled with concrete, where the celebrities' imprints are visible:
There are Supermen, Michael Jacksons, transformers and other movie characters walking in the crowd:

We ate in the awesome Japanese Koji''s Sushi & Shabu Shabu restaurant on the rooftop of the Kodak Theatre.
And in the evening we took photos of the sunset over the city:

The next morning we decided to have breakfast at the IHOP (International House of Pancakes). With a full stomach, we went to the business center of the city:

Near the entrance to one of the buildings, there is a sculpture of a tired lawyer, who managed to break through the wall with his head:

Multi-storey parking garage:

We went to a Starbucks nearby. The toilet there had a combination lock. To access it, you need to buy something. I did. I was given an 8-digit code. Before I got to the restroom, I had forgotten everything. I had to go back. Well at least they did not make me buy anything else:

Police rides the bicycles. Sometimes they look comical:

We finished exploring the city in the LA Live entertainment complex:

From here we went to the Universal Studios Theme Park, stopping on the way at the small lake where runners were circling. Remember the movie called 'True Lies'? There was frustrated Schwarzenegger walking in the rain with his tiny dog. Here I saw a similar picture. Poor dog flew up in the air every time its owner decided to speed up the pace:
Author: Sergeydolya
Source: sergeydolya.livejournal.com

Translated by: Gian Luka

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