We have a few posts up about fabulous Beverly Hills and we will link to them later in this post. But we thought it would be nice to show you what it’s like to experience Beverly Hills.
In the video above we take you on an immersive tour of the Beverly Hills shopping district. We ship the narration of the various points of interest and just let you get the feel of what it’s like to be there.
We start off crossing Wilshire Boulevard toward the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, aka The Pretty Woman Hotel. The nickname comes from it’s use in the movie starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts, Pretty Woman.
Then we climb the steps to Two Rodeo Drive, an old European style courtyard with some of the most high end brands to be found. Then on to the Walk of Style at the base where it meets Rodeo Drive. We jump over to the beautiful Beverly HIlls Civic Center where you see one of the many colorful pianos that have been left out for people to sit down and play. The pianos have been placed by Sing For Hope, a non-profit that is dedicated to harnessing the power of the arts to bring hope, healing and connection to the world.
We pass by the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and the iconic Beverly Hills sign in Beverly Gardens Park. Every tourist who comes to Beverly Hills makes it a point to get their picture taken in front of the sign.
Then it’s back to the world famous Rodeo Drive where we immerse ourselves in the crowds and luxury. It’s quite possibly the most expensive shopping district in the world, and one of the most beautiful.
We hope you enjoyed the quick tour of Beverly Hills. Click here for a more detailed post on what there is to see and do in Beverly Hills.
Video by Mark Stout Photography for Totally-LA.com Background music: Don’t Hate Me by JIngle Punks. From the YouTube music library
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