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The Mosaic Hotel, located in the heart of Beverly Hills, is conveniently located to the many unique attractions, nightlife and shopping destinations.

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10899 Wilshire Blvd, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90024 310-443-7000
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University of California – Los Angeles

405 Hilgard Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90095 310-825-8764

Description: WESTWOOD. UCLA relocated in 1929 to 419 acres in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains. The school has an enrollment of over 36,000 students each year. From October to mid-June, the university showcases events including concerts, recitals, festivals, lectures, exhibitions, dance recitals and forums. Schoenberg Hall and other campus venues host these events, and many are free to the public. Visitors can pick up a map at information booths around campus. Guided walking tours are available, but reservations are required.
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Universal CityWalk Hollywood

1000 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608 818-622-4455

Description: UNIVERSAL CITY. This complex's eateries, nightclubs, theaters, live entertainment options, and shopping venues can reel you in and keep you occupied for an entire afternoon and night. Casual and fine dining establishments offer a wide variety of choices, and celebrity appearances, cooking demonstrations, and street performances are sure to keep you entertained for hours on end. When nighttime approaches, dance the night away in a happening nightclub, or reflect on the day's experiences in a laid-back bar.
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Hollywood Walk of Fame

Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027 213-469-8311

Description: HOLLYWOOD ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT. This tourist attraction, a celebrity-seeker's favorite, consists of personalized brass stars embedded in the pavement. Paying tribute to famous industry figures, the medallions were first installed at the corner of Highland Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard in 1960. Since that time, more than 2000 other famous and not-so famous names have been added to the walk. However, recognition doesn't come without a price ­ each personality must pay $25,000 for the honor. Celebrity stars indicate the individual's area of specialty with one of five symbols: a motion picture camera, a radio microphone, a television set, a record, or a theatrical mask. Located on both sides of Hollywood Boulevard (from Gower to La Brea) and on both sides of Vine Street (from Yucca to Sunset).
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Hollywood Sign

Beachwood Canyon Dr & Glen Holly Dr, Mount Lee in the Hollywood Hills, Hollywood Hills, CA

Description: GRIFFITH PARK. Mount Lee in the Hollywood Hills (LA's tallest peak) hosts this world-famous signpost. Built in 1923 as a real estate advertisement, the sign originally read "Hollywoodland," but the last four letters were dropped in 1945. In 1978, the sign received much-needed repairs, and today, it stands as one of the movie capital's best-known calling cards. Head up Beachwood Drive for the best views.
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Grauman’s Chinese Theatre

6925 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028 323-463-9576

Description: HOLLYWOOD ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT. This exotic movie palace was commissioned by theater chain owner Sid Grauman in 1927. On opening nights in the 1930s, crowds often turned out to glimpse arriving stars. Crowds still appear today but mainly to see the 200-plus celebrity footprints immortalized in concrete on the sidewalk outside the lobby. The theater still holds red-carpet premieres frequently, and stars attend in style. If you purchase a movie ticket for the still-operating facility, make sure to request the main theater ­ two adjoining halls were added in 1980.
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Capitol Records Tower

1750 N Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Description: HOLLYWOOD ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT. Recording artists Nat King Cole and Johnny Mercer suggested that Capitol Records build new offices in the shape of a stack of records, and they did in 1956. Gold and platinum albums from many of Capitol's artists line the walls of the lobby. This is a private office on private property, but a drive down Vine gives a good view of the exterior.
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Bronson Caves

3200 Canyon Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90068 323-666-5046

Description: GRIFFITH PARK. When visiting these caves, you'll probably feel as if you've been here before. That's not surprising since they've been Batman's hideaway, the last stand for many a gunslinger in Bonanza and Gunsmoke and the moon's surface in sci-fi favorites like Star Trek. Take the east side of the road up through the white gate (trail sign 49), and travel a quarter mile to the gate. Located in the southwest corner of Griffith Park.
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Bradbury Building

304 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90013 213-623-2489

Description: DOWNTOWN. Built by silver mining millionaire Lewis Bradbury in 1893, this five-story building was designed as "futuristic," and it was featured in the 1946 "D.O.A." and 1982's "Blade Runner." Today it serves as an office building, but the beautiful, ornate wrought-iron railings, oak paneling, glazed and unglazed brick walls, marble and tile floors, two open-cage elevators, and a crowning atrium with a skylight remain as a testament to architect George Wyman's work. The lobby level is open to visitors. Tours of the upper levels are available by appointment.
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