PartyMom goes to Hollywood!
Yes, I went to Hollywood!
My trip was a business trip, of course. But what a trip it was. As soon as I landed I headed off to do business, you know what they say, business first pleasure later.
I had the pleasure of chatting it up with the amazing Liz Torres, one of the first female comedians. She’s 71 years young and has a vibrant spirit. It went so good that it caused for a celebration, well anything could cause for a celebration in my world. Afterwards, I headed right over to celebrate. I started my day with a tour guide at Paramount Studios. My guide tour Glen or Daniel, I can’t remember, he was really cool. He first came off a little rude, but I soon realized its apart of his personality, which made the tour interesting, but definitely fun. Btw, he really was a nice and fun tour guide, Ill recommend him.
Check out a wrap up of the tour here,
After my tour, I headed over to my hotel. I stayed at the Roosevelt Hotel located right on Hollywood Blvd. The hotel had twelve floors, three event rooms, a restaurant and club inside also, an amazing heated pool. I absolutley loved it. The room’s lights were like fixtures from the 1970’s. Very beautiful and antique. My room on the 5th floor overlooked a parking lot and a nice view onto the California mountians. A sight to see.
I’m a kid at heart so of course I checked out all the meseums during my visit. All the meseums are located right on Hollywood Blvd.
- Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
- Hollywood Wax Museum
Guinness World Records Museum
I had so much fun during my visit, it brought up so many childhood memories.
I seen a lot of families traveling during my visit.I can’t wait to take my family. I’ve already started planning for it.
The next morning I decided to take a stroll down west Hollywood, somewhere down Franklin and Coyne street. I met a guy from San Francisco during my stroll. He explained to me he had been there for three months, and to him it was to busy for him. I laughed and replied, “so is Chicago” which he’d never been. I suggested he should visit, it was only right, right?
The day of my return home I awoke around 7am. I packed my bags. Then I took a shower and put on my hiking gear (partymom style). I ate breakfast at the Mcdonalds on The Blvd. Right after I went for a light hike. My body definitely felt the after affect of walking down and up hills in wedge sandals. Returning to the hotel I gathered my things, enjoyed a delicious Cesar salad from the restuarant inside the hotel; 25 Degrees, and waited for my uber to take me to the airport. The ride was long, nevertheless, my commute was safe and I made it home safe and sound.
Until next time L.A 🤩
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