I think only one saying can describe the end of thetrip, and that’s save the best for last. It have been a wondrous trip but LosAngeles haves it all. To start off wehad to go and see L.A.s own trademark, the Hollywood sign. So to not spend thewhole day walking around and searching for it we hired a cab to drive us up toa lookout spot almost right beneath the sign. It was quite the sight, even if Ithought it was bigger. After the sign we got dropped off on the Hollywoodboulevard, really close to the Hollywood walk of fame with the name of manycelebrities. But even if you may not know most about those on the stars thewalk of fame passes through a place named Grauman's Chinese Theatre where someof the very most famous celebrities like Michael Jackson have made out theirhandprints, shoeprints or even short messages. Even if most things on this tripso far have been out of the ordinary, walking the walk of fame and standing infront of Grauman's Chinese Theatre truly felt like a once in a lifetimeexperience.
And out of many things we did I felt like there wasone thing I couldn´t leave before I had done, and that is going to Mecca sinceI love working out in a gym. And no, with mecca I doesn´t mean the city with therock but the world famous Gold´s gym in Venice where Arnold Schwarzenegger usedto train, (he might even still be) which is said everyone should train at leastonce in to fully be able to call themselves a gymrat.
Sadly enough that seems to be the end of this trip,so…. have it, PEACE.