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Wheels Down in Funky Town: an Exclusive Hollywood Entertainment Report by: Will G. Louden

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Online Entertainment Report

Published: July 10th, 2007


Wheels Down in Funky Town:

an Exclusive Hollywood Entertainment Report

Published: Tuesday, July 10th, 2007


Will G. Louden™

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Founder/Publisher: willglouden.com™


              Bright Lights & Big City, to me it was the land of Milk and Honey, Make Believe, glitz, glamour, and oh yeah beauty. Recently I traveled out to Los Angeles (LA) – infamous or famous LAX international airport, depending on how you look at it. I have to begin this report/article by saying that I had absolutely one of the best times of my life in the Land of Milk and Honey, and before you ask, I did not see Paris Hilton, although I would imagine that to be a very interesting and rewarding experience, I had other fish to fry.

              Everything in the LA area was totally an experience, from the plethora of Mercedes and other super nice and expensive cars, to the ultra sleek and oh-so-cool society of Sunglass City. Let’s face it, if you did not have on a pair of sunglasses you simply just did not fit in! At all! So from me to you that is rule number one, if you are planning a visit to the Land of Make Believe for the first time, or even if

Bel-Air: Exclusive LA Area Neighboorhood

Bel-Air: Exclusive LA Area Neighboorhood

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you are a seasoned veteran traveler to LA, TAKE it from me, be prepared to purchase a pair of sunglasses if you do not already own a pair. No need to go all out and break the bank, a nice pair from your local Wal*Mart will do, just have a pair!
De Beers & Barakat: on World Famous Rodeo Drive

De Beers & Barakat: on World Famous Rodeo Drive

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              Let me tell you, it’s just how they do it out in LA! I was even instructed by a very nice lady while I was at a small coffee shop on Rodeo Drive having a bottle of water and a cookie (that cost me about $5) to “put my shades on.” I had my regular eyeglasses on and had my shades hanging from my t-shirt collar. I asked her why I needed to put my shades on and she told me that, “its just what you do… people here wear shades to cover their soul, and your eyes are a window into your soul… and you never want to go out bearing your soul, so you need to wear shares to cover your
soul…” Needless to say I put my shades on and wore them throughout the duration of my time on Rodeo Drive, which by the way is the most expensive
shopping area in LA. I was just there checking things out, not like I could actually afford anything other than my bottle of water and “one” cookie. It was a nice lunch however.

              But that was only a tiny snapshot of all the fun I was fortunate to witness, create and participate in while out on the west coast. I was in LA on “official business,” but for now I want to share with you my experiences of all things good in LA that I got to feel up close and personal, with exception ...