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Albert was FANTASTIC!! He made it all worthwhile! You are LUCKY to have him as a driver/guide!
Berj was our driver. First we went to universal city walk for 45 min for dinner, then Hollywood blvd for 45 min, then we saw some celebrity homes, sunset blvd, rodeo drive and la city. Enjoyed the quick tour as that's all the time we could afford.
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A very comprehensive trip. We only had an evening free to see LA and this tour did it. We left feeling satisfied we saw everything we needed to see, all in one tour!
Do this tour! I LOVED IT! Our tour guide who was also our bus driver and knew where he was going and what was there when we arrived. He went out of his way to show us many extras. This was the cheapest tour on the internet and I had my doubts but I'm glad I chose it. We saw much more than advertised and we had no problems seeing everything. It was a small bus that was half full so there was plenty of room. Driver also took special requests. A must for any out of towner.
We covered all the places we had visited on the daytime Grand Sightseeing Tour, so nothing new, however it was interesting to see how different places looked at night, particularly Sunset Strip, which looked better by night than day.
This tour is great for those with not a lot of time to explore Los Angeles. It goes to Universal Studios Citywalk which has lots of shopping and eating places. The stop on the walk of fame was great too! Got to see lots in a short space of time. Gave me an idea of Los Angeles before hitting the theme parks.
We did the LA Grand Tour and I'm not sure that the Night Tour added anything to it. It was very pretty by night, but the horrendous traffic on the way to Hollywood, the ladies who had booked a hotel drop off somewhere in Beverly Hills and who then left their laptop on our bus, meaning we had to turn back and take it back, plus rubbish traffic meant we were late getting back. Not the driver's fault but it took the edge off it a bit. We saw Universal City Walk but really it wasn't much different to the day tour. We had the same tour guide - Burj and he was just as good - very patient with some of the passengers he had to deal with :o)
Hollywood Boulevard wasn't quite as seedy as in the daytime - I didn't feel as panhandled as I did on the daytime tour. It wasn't a bad tour but I think the daytime one had the edge, although the bright lights of Hollywood were very pretty at night - even though the sign itself is not lit up.
The driver was very friendly but not the best driver in the world. I know it's L.A. traffic and all, but he was checking baseball scores on his phone while driving in bumper to bumper traffic. It was nice to get to see so much of L.A. in one tour, but from the very beginning it felt like we were running late and were in a hurry. After stopping and getting people at 3 hotels in the same area, we had to rush to Universal Studios to pick people up there. Traffic was horrible, and Universal Studios was incredibly crowded because of the Halloween event, but since the manager wanted to make a few extra bucks from a few extra people, there was no skipping the studios. At this point, the rest of the evening felt like a huge frantic rush from which we were playing catch up. Sure, we saw L.A.. But we can't prove it because we don't have any pictures, since we didn't have time to stop at the majority of the places listed.