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Hollywood has always been associated with the movie industry. The walk of fame on Hollywood boulevard, which has been created in 1960, has more than 2000 red marble stars. The Walk of Fame stretches from Gower Street to La Brea Avenue along Hollywood Blvd and between Yucca Street and Sunset Boulevard along Vine Street and is nearly a three and a half mile walk (5.6 km).

Mannís Chinese Theatre, also on Hollywood Boulevard, is where the Academy Awards ceremonies were held until recently. The theatre was created by Sid Grauman in 1927. He used to invite movie stars to imprint their footprints and handprints in the cement courtyard. Now Kodak Theatre is the new home of the Oscars.

Hollywood boulevard is a very touristy area. It is lined with souvenir shops selling printed t-shirts and printed merchandise. In front of the Chinese theater people dressed up like famous movie stars wait for the tourists to take a picture with them.

The part of the Sunset Boulevard that is in Hollywood is also a popular entertainment and tourist area where you can join the L.A.ís night life or visit some of the popular bars, restaurants and hotels. Roxy, The Viper Room, The House of Blues, The Trocadero, Whiskey A Go Go are just some of the clubs worth visiting.

Where is Mannís Chinese Theatre: 6925 Hollywood BLvd.

Where is The Roxy: 9009 Sunset Blvd

Where is The Viper Room: 8852 Sunset Blvd

Where is The House of Blues: 8430 Sunset Blvd

Where is The Trocadero: 8610 Sunset Blvd

Where is Whiskey A Go Go: 8901 W Sunset Blvd


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dritarash says:
I was in L.A. a couple of years ago and the think what striked me the most when I was walking along the walk of fame was how dirty the street was and how many homeless people were hanging out. There were numerous small shops selling all kinds of Hollywood memorabilia, t-shirts and cheap prints. Really, it was not at all like in the movies...