Posts Tagged ‘candy’
A Sugar Buzz for Our Los Angeles Tour Guests in Hollywood
We can burn a lot of calories sightseeing along the Walk of Fame around Grauman’s Chinese Theater, the Dolby Theater, the Disney’s El Capitan Theater, Jimmy Kimmel’s studio, the Roosevelt Hotel, Hollywood and Highland and Madame Tussaud’s. That’s a lot to see and a good deal of walking. Our private tour guests needing a sugar fix can now head to the Sugar Factory next to the famous wax figure museum and select from hundreds of candies and sweets as well as soda fountain confections. Recently opened with Hollywood celebrities and fanfare the business is a perfect addition to the neighborhood. We know that our touring families love it. They are like kids in a candy store.
A Sweet Private Los Angeles Tour
Our custom tour of Los Angeles, Hollywood, Beverly Hills and the neighborhoods and beaches nearby visits great historic and noteworthy sights. We also stop regularly for photographs and closer inspection of our destinations as well as to experience food and treats along the way. One of our favorite stopping points is Sweet!, the utterly delicious candy store at the Hollywood & Highland Center. Our guide Nic took this photo last week at Sweet! that is a portrait of musician Eminem made entirely out of M&Ms. Looks like samples were taken by overly enthusiastic visitors. Not Nic! Now, try to repeat the title of this posting three times quickly.
“How Sweet It Is” is no longer just a memorable quote from The Honeymooners star, Jackie Gleason, it is an all-consuming candy store just opened up on the 2nd level of the Hollywood & Highland Center next to the Dolby Theater. Sweet! You don’t just wander around this confectionery delight of a store taking a little bit of this and a little bit of that — you actually get to design your own candy bars! It’s a chocoholics dream come true. Real life meets Willy Wonka. You can be sure that our tour guides do not overlook any chance to guide their private luxury tour guests visiting Hollywood into this fun store for a “souvenir” break. This is a special thing to do when visiting Los Angeles for anyone wanting to brighten up their day a little bit. We will be happy to take you there when you are sightseeing around Hollywood and Beverly Hills.