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Rodeo Drive In The Heart Of Beverly Hills

FROM BEVERLY HILLS BOULEVARD, we looked out for Rodeo Drive... Little did I know it was a shopping street for the rich and famous..... In the heart of Beverly Hills, three blocks of Rodeo Drive are home to the epicenter of luxury, fashion and lifestyle.  Ok, now only I know.... Let's go...
Apparently, I am not in that category so I just looked out from the car and took some blurry pictures....
This is a cinema...houses a few movies at the same time.. 3D, 4D showing Jurassic World....
Each ticket cost around $18, I am told... I guess I better watch from Astro when I get home...
Along the Rodeo Drive, the famous shops...some are new to me....
See what I meant?
Nice.....
This sounds more familiar....
Yes, it certainly does....
I too, a few more pictures but they turned out funny cos I was not in a good position to take...
Then we parked at Miracle Mile where it houses muzeums and coaches with food...
Something new to me.... And so here I am....
Getting a few shots before we landed in Tar Pit along the same row.....
Weather was cooling, heard that LA is a more cooling city, much cooler than Sacramento anytime...
Maybe it is near to the Pacific Ocean...or so I heard... Hmmm.....



Comments

  1. Yes, so expensive to go to movies overseas. Worse if going to the theatre - I love going for the musicals though. You should catch the Carole King one if it is being staged anywhere...while you're there, all familiar songs. Will never be able to get to see it back here.

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  2. ooopsss, not only I heard of Rodeo Drive but I also heard of all the fashion brands you showed in the photo!!! muahahaha.. but I am more interested in knowing what those food trucks sell, did you get something to eat there??

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  3. Loves the last 2 pictures with you in it...

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  4. Food trucks! Did you buy any food from those trucks?

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  5. Hahaha, don't convert...of course when they earn USD, $18 is just like us RM18 here! =]

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  6. I think I will feel more and comfortable at Miracle Mile. The mobile stalls look very interesting. Did you tried any of the food sold from these stalls? And if its yes, is it very expensive?

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  7. Rodeo Drive is a place where the millionaires and billionaires shop lah. I dare not even drive there when I was in LA hahaha! :D

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  8. Very lively place from the photos.

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  9. I went for a tour there once. Seriously lah dare not go into the shop because I am not of that standard hah..hah...

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  10. Ho yau yeng wor in the last two pic ☺

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  11. Wow! Sweet memories and thanks for showing me the photos. I was there 23 years ago and dared to step inside most of their boutiques just to window shop!! We were hunting for that jewelry shop where "Pretty Woman" was filmed. Actually some shops sold just normal priced clothings like anywhere in US esp the Ralph Lauren.

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