Monday, October 17, 2011

Hollywood Stay-Cation

I love the weekends. No work, no schedule, no computer. Chad and I have made it a goal of ours to venture out from the South Bay and explore the greater LA area. So often we stay here, play volleyball in Hermosa, go out to eat in Redondo, and walk around the same little shops in Manhattan. This weekend we went to Hollywood. We enjoyed the warm weather, the free entertainment that Hollywood Blvd offers, and a delicious dinner at the Oldest Italian Restaurant in Hollywood.  The perfect stay-cation.

Pantages theater, I saw Les Mis here when I was in high school.
Always entertaining to see the cast of characters dressed up. I was being incognito because I didn't want to pay tips for taking pictures. They are very aggressive in asking for money.
Give it up for the King of Pop. This guy was so weird, definitely drugged up.
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea...
Marilyn and Cat Woman
Don't know this guys name, but he's from Harry Potter. And why is he looking so creepy behind his umbrella??
I would love to stay at the Roosevelt Hotel someday!

The Chinese Theater
Forget about sightseeing this guy was/is so excited about his iphone.
Matching my hand print, not sure who's I am matching. This kind of grossed me out, all the hands and feet that have been in the imprints, but I still did it anyways. (I carried anti-bacterial in my purse).

Don't judge me because of the stars I took pics of...

Hollywood & Highland Mall

Gosh, I love this guy!

I forgot to upload my pictures from Dinner, we ate at the cutest Italian Restaurant. The ambiance was amazing, old brick walls, live piano music, and dim romantic.
After dinner we went to ComedySportz. I had gotten a Groupon a few months ago and we finally used it. We used to go to ComedySportz in Provo and loved it. I'll have to say that the one in Provo is my favorite, I love the Mormon Culture jokes that they always used. Still we had a great night!
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1 comment:

Angela of "Grahangela" said...

Looks like a fun day! I love Hollywood. My husband and I try to venture into LA as much as possible. So much to see and do! And the Roosevelt Hotel...yes please! I've always wanted to stay there.