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Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California

 
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added on the 20th of January, 2010
Sunset Blvd. takes you through Beverly Hills and Hollywood, Bel-Air, and the Pacific Palisades. Sunset Blvd. will takes you through all rich areas of LA but also offers a lot of other sights. There is a lot to do on Sunset, besides great shopping, cool bars and excellent restaurants, this is also a place to see fancy cars, low riders, monster trucks etc. at night. People come to pose, and others just come to eat. It's a good mix.

Address:
Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Price:
ranges, but driving down the strip is of course fr

Opening Hours:
24/7

How to get there:
Drive up North on the 101, take the Sunset Blvd exit and then just keep going West.

 
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