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Hollywood Walk of Fame, Los Angeles

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Historic Walking Area · Landmark
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Bask in Hollywood glamour at Hollywood Walk of Fame, made up of more than 2,500 five-pointed brass stars embedded in the sidewalks stretching along nearly 20 city blocks. A permanent public memorial to achievement in the entertainment industry, the stars bear the names of actors, musicians, directors, producers, and fictional characters who left an indelible mark on American and world culture. Nearly 10 million visitors come to see the stars placed here in honor of Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, James Dean, Walt Disney, and thousands of others. To save time looking for your favorite celebrities, use the official website's search tool to find the exact address of their stars before you make the trip. To visit Hollywood Walk of Fame on your holiday in Los Angeles, and find out what else Los Angeles has to offer, use our Los Angeles.
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  • Horrid, dirty, vandalised. Many shops closed, many homeless gorked out of their brains Get high off cannabis just walking down the street Only clean-ish area is Hollywood and Hyland. Definitely... 
    Horrid, dirty, vandalised. Many shops closed, many homeless gorked out of their brains Get high off cannabis just walking down the street Only clean-ish area is Hollywood and Hyland. Definitely...  more »
  • This is fun to visit and check out your favourite stars but the street itself is very run down and is favoured by a lot of homeless / drug users. This makes for an uncomfortable and unepected... 
    This is fun to visit and check out your favourite stars but the street itself is very run down and is favoured by a lot of homeless / drug users. This makes for an uncomfortable and unepected...  more »
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  • While it was cool to see the stars, you really have to be prepared to see everything that goes on in the area. I was surprised that it was easy to find parking, it was Sunday though so that probably had a lot to do with it. There are a lot of homeless people and other characters. We saw a scantily clad man dancing in a seductive manner next to a doorway. I honestly don't recommend taking children there. I didn't feel very safe. There was a very cool music store though and I enjoyed seeing the iconic Capitol Records building. There was also a farmers market open when we went, which was a nice surprise.
  • Very good and interesting! Also great for people-watching! Subway was also cool and good to go anywhere, just park and ride. Chinese theater was fun. Don't so much make eye contact with anyone in a costume, though, they want you to take pictures with them and then pay them for doing so. The kiddos love it, your pocketbook doesn't!

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