This is for all you guys out there like myself who still believe that running away and becoming a cowboy doesn't sound all that crazy.
Our very first stop is the Garuman's Chinese Theatre. Have always seen this on TV. So it was a good chance tp finally able to walk and find my favourite idols in the Walk of Fame.
This theater is famous for its outdoor forecourt which has the foot and handprints of celebrities. It was very intresting and fun to see.
This theater in a wider shot it was built by Sid Grauman in 1926 It is famous for its outdoor forecourt which has the foot and handprints of celebrities. It was very intresting.
It is famous for its outdoor forecourt which has the foot and handprints of celebrities.
I tryed to put my hand and feet in some of them but I was to tiny to fit most of them.
It has movies, but the cool thing about this place is the outside. This is where all the biggest stars get their name on the walk of fame!
Mann's Chinese Theater, one of the few remaining Picture Palaces from the early days of film on the infamous Hollywood Boulevard.
Check out Mann's Chinese Theater in Hollywood. Unfortunately I didn't have time to stop and take in a movie!
The Mann's Chinese Theatre.
Attracts visitors who can't resist comparing hand and footprints with those of Marylin Monroe, John Wayne and more than 150 other screen legends.