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Los Angeles, California | Family travel

From the tour to disney california adventure and disneyland parks (1st and 2nd days), we stroll through Los Angeles and the surrounding area. I confess that the time was short and it was all very quickly, in the race even. Still, you could get an idea of the region and some of the most important sights.
As we were with a rental car, we were able to choose which days to go to the parks and the city of Los Angeles. Disney parks are located in Anaheim, greater Los Angeles and our hotel was in this area. We planned well the round-trip times from Los Angeles, since the city has a reputation for chaotic traffic, opting for times away from rush times (early morning, noon and late afternoon) and we had no major problems with traffic jams.
Around Long Beach
Long Beach, New
Long Beach, New
Someone loved the beach of Venice Beach!
Venice Beach, California
Windy aaaaa!
“Luminaries of Pantheism” mural by Levi Ponce. www.leviponce.comDesigned by Peter Moriarty. Performed by Perry Rod
In Venice Beach
We found the coast and beaches very friendly and it seems a great place to relax and leave the stress aside. No wonder Los Angeles is a super well-targeted and famous place.
We love the Beverly Hills area and feel at home with so many mansions and luxury cars (hahahahahaha). We didn’t see any celebrities, but we circulated among the beautiful and well-groomed streets of the city without knowing who lived where … We still passed, by car, by Rodeo Drive, famous for its chiquérrimas shops with rich and famous – I told you we did not see anyone …? 🙁
The Hollywood region was another story. I’ll confess i thought it would be beeem more glamorous. I had no idea you’d be so poorly cared for and unattractive. Really, just even visiting to get a more concrete idea about a place.
The famous walk of fame, for example, is on some sidewalk, by the common street. You get out of a CVS (network of pharmacies there) and already comes out on such a sidewalk (I had in my head that it was in a reserved place, all beautiful and organized … kkkk).
Beverly Hills – get your cameras ready, we’ve arrived! Kkkkkk
Beverly Hills charm – gorgeous buns!
One of the simple…
O’Neill House – Façade inspired by the famous architect Antoni Gaudi
Rodeo Drive – only cheap shops – #muitopelocontrário
On the corner of Rodeo Drive and Via Rodeo
Beverly Hills Hotel
TCL Chinese Theatre
Some of my stars!
Maybe some day Arnold! 🙂
Crowd visiting the stars on the walk of fame
Dolby Theatre – Oscars Red Carpet Portal
I already got mine, and you?
Hey Hollywood!
Another one of the most famous sign in the world!
It was already night when we passed the beautiful Disney Concert Hall – by architect Frank Gehry
Next and last stop in Dallas, Texas… phew that’s taking away huh!