By Deb Flomberg
If you are new to California or if you would just like an insider’s view of Hollywood, then you should definitely take one of the many different tours available. One of the best is the Hollywood Sites and Bites Food Tour, which will take you on a great trip through all the major places to see and to eat in Hollywood. It’s the best way two combine your two most favorite things – delicious food and great site seeing. So grab your sweetie and prepare for a truly fun date exploring some of the best spots in Hollywood.
The Hollywood Sites and Bites Food Tour will start off at Hollywood and Highland, home of the famous Grauman’s Chinees Theatre. The four-hour tour will take you throughout Hollywood, stopping at all the major tourist spots like the Hollywood sign and the Capital Records Building, as well as lots of smaller spots you may never have heard of. As you are walking and riding through the tour, you’ll be stoping at lots of great restaurants – both famous and secret.
The tour will also take you through Melrose, where you can shop some of the trendiest and most fun boutiques and stores in California, and of course find a few more great spots to eat. Then it’s on to the Sunset Strip and a visit to the Viper Room, Whisky A Go Go, and yet more food. The whole tour will be a full four hours of Hollywood style fun, with six different food tasting events and lots of great knowledge and commentary from your one-of-a-kind tour guide.
A tour of Hollywood has to start off the right way, and that is by arriving at the tour location in style. So be sure to arrive in your 2013 SLS AMG GT Coupe from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. This coupe is the best way to show off your own elegance and style as you arrive in pure luxury, the way only a Mercedes-Benz can provide.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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