Monday, November 22, 2010

Self Tour in Los Angeles (Day 2)

After having our light breakfast, we start off our second day by heading to Chinatown in the morning. The Chinatown in LA is like an old folks town. Hardly seen any young citizen walking around there. The shops & streets are all occupied by old folks. There is not much attraction over here other than the main gate and fliming area. Movie like rush hour 2 by Jackie Chan and freaky friday.


Fliming area of Rush Hour 2 & Freaky Friday. The statue beside me is the Dr. Sun Yat Sen.

Hill & Alpine intersection.

Guess what. I don't think this can be implemented in Malaysia. I can imagine people could just pay RM1.00 and take all the paper inside :-)

Panorama view of Chinatown.

Some sort of Chinese season calender.

Union Station
We headed to Union Station for lunch & to observe Olvera historic street.

Ads in Union Station to advise the public to use Metro.

Amtrax time table.

Nice landscape of Union Station.

Olvera Historic Street (Mexican Culture)

Around Olvera Street.

Unique looking chair.

Colourful handicraft for sale.

A girl with a big dog.

Festival of the dead.

Performances on festival of the dead.

Griffith Observatory
Sitting on the south-facing slope of Mount Hollywood in L.A.'s Griffith Park, it commands a view of the Los Angeles Basin, including downtown Los Angeles to the southeast, Hollywood to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest. The observatory is a popular tourist attraction with an extensive array of space- and science-related displays.

Hollywood hill.

LA skyline.

Griffith Observatory.

Hollywood (Final shopping)

Busy subway.

Full price Coach shop in Kodak Theather.

Tour bus.

Walk of fame (Marilyn Monroe).

Street performer with empty container.

Human golden statue.

LAX Airport.

Finally reached Tom Bradley Terminal to board plane back home...


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