Los Angeles is more than just one city, it is a sprawling megalopolis of many cities rolled into one: Los Angeles, Hollywood, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Los Feliz, Santa Monica, Venice, Watts, Studio City, Burbank and all of the neighborhoods, hills and valleys in between.
And while it is a relatively new city in comparison to New York or Boston or Rome, it does have its history; and it is laced with scrap books filled with memories. All you need do is to spend an afternoon walking through Hollywood Forever Cemetery—the genesis of the TV series, "Six Feet Under"—and you will come across many of the famous and not-so-famous that made Hollywood ... forever Hollywood!
Since every guest is unique, all our tours are one-of-a-kind, tailor made to suit your interests. Based on the kinds of things you tell us you like, we create each tour just for you.
Are you interested in Hollywood history and gossip (both current and past) not to mention the Motion Picture Academy Museum, as well as beautiful art and architecture, the Walt Disney Concert Hall (for example). Then there's fabulous food, exotic markets, shopping, unusual sites and cultural oddities? These are just a few of the subjects our excursions can include; our mission is to make sure your experience of Los Angeles is rich, fascinating, and fun!
Jimmy Stewart Home on Roxburry Drive
Here is a wonderful article I found, Hollywood Ghosts of Roxbury Drive. If you're interested in where the stars lived – and I do mean stars: Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, Jimmy Stewart, Jack Benny, Peter Falk, Harry Cohn, co-founder of Columbia Pictures, Betty Grable and her husband Harry James, Rosemary Clooney, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, Spencer Tracy, Agnes Moorhead, Ginger Rogers and more, you can find them all on my Blog Page - Private Tours of LA. And, if you'd like to experience Beverly Hills and Roxbury Drive yourself, just add them to your custom-designed tour of LA.
Read what The New York Times has to say in Adam Nagourney's wonderful take on Tinseltown today in, "Hollywood Gets Its Groove Back!"
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