One of the things I’ve noticed as the Christmases roll by is that Rodeo Drive never puts out the same decorations twice. This year the center island is filled with larger than life elf statues bearing gifts.
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.
I read in Apparel News on how business was booming on Rodeo Drive. Sales they said were double what they were last year at this time.
After nearly a full year of lockdowns, Rodeo Drive is back for Valentine’s Day and love is in the air.
The last place in the world you would expect to see boarded up is the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.
It’s been a tough year for us all, but Rodeo Drive was one of the areas in Los Angeles that was particularly hard hit by misfortune. Nothing was a more welcome sight than to see the world famous shopping district open for business and thriving again today!
The Beverly Wilshire Hotel has been used as a location in a number of films and hosted a number of high profile celebrity guests.
Just about everyone in the world has heard of the glamorous, luxurious and expensive Rodeo Drive, but few that have seen it noticed the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style.
A picture is worth 1000 words and in this post we not going to tell you the reasons to vacation in LA, we’re going to show you the reasons.
You wouldn’t think a shopping district would be ranked the 13th most popular tourist attraction in Los Angeles, but it is. It’s also one of the most expensive shopping districts in the world.