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It's called Roe-dee-yo in the hood.
 

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****, that's beautiful. Is that a Ghery home?
 

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klamedia said:
****, that's beautiful. Is that a Ghery home?
Had to take all the ones from webshots off, including the picture of the home. Sorry, I don't know. I think that house belongs to Giorgio Armani though.
 

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Did you check out that most of the first pix were taken during X~mas time. I guess the snow melted away or something.. :hahaha:
 

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RP1 said:
I've never been to Rodeo Drive. That's definitely one of my top priorities when I get back to LA.
^ Dude, on your visit stop by Nike Town on Wilshire/Rodeo and you are most likely to bump into someone in bizz.... wether it's an actor/tress or athlete. They have all the new gear before footlocker and others. They do offer valet service, just a heads up. Then drive to La Cienega make a quick left and have lunch @ Stinky Rose....Mmmmmm. Then drive N. on La Cienaga pass the Beverly Center until it ends. Then your on the Sunset Strip. Make a quick right and on the left hand side you will see (Miayagi's) just make sure you pull up on a ferrari Enzo or something similar to get VIP access......
 

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overpriced crap i say!

it would probly be cheaper to just visit the countries that make these things and buy them directly, and as a bonus you get to see a new land!
 

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godblessbotox said:
overpriced crap i say!

it would probly be cheaper to just visit the countries that make these things and buy them directly, and as a bonus you get to see a new land!
^ Or go to Camarillo Outlets....:nocrook:
 

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The bad thing about Rodeo Drive is that you either spend a forture or simply just gawk at all the luxury. There's no urban residential space. That's why it's different from other streets like Fifth Avenue and Michigan Avenue.
 

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Westsidelife said:
Hey RP1, when are you comin to LA?
Mid June, still a few weeks away. I'm getting really friggin excited though. These next few weeks can't pass fast enough :D

Ferneynism said:
^ Dude, on your visit stop by Nike Town on Wilshire/Rodeo and you are most likely to bump into someone in bizz.... wether it's an actor/tress or athlete. They have all the new gear before footlocker and others. They do offer valet service, just a heads up. Then drive to La Cienega make a quick left and have lunch @ Stinky Rose....Mmmmmm. Then drive N. on La Cienaga pass the Beverly Center until it ends. Then your on the Sunset Strip. Make a quick right and on the left hand side you will see (Miayagi's) just make sure you pull up on a ferrari Enzo or something similar to get VIP access......
haha, ok. I'll keep that in mind. along with the 10,000 other things on my to-do list. I guess that's what you have to deal with though when you try to tackle a beast like LA :runaway:
 

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Westsidelife said:
The bad thing about Rodeo Drive is that you either spend a forture or simply just gawk at all the luxury. There's no urban residential space. That's why it's different from other streets like Fifth Avenue and Michigan Avenue.
^ True but Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills is world know. To bad I can't say that about some of the above name Avenues......
 

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I think it's because residents don't want the area to be too popular considering Beverly Hills is a wealthy private city.
 

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Fifth Avenue and Michigan Avenue are not well known?
Fifth Avenue only happens to be the "most expensive street in the world" while Michigan (Chicago) and Madison (New York) Avenues are not far behind. Rodeo Drive is right up there with the big boys, but it certainly isn't in a league of its own.

For some reference on this topic, go here:

http://www.cushwakeasia.com/data/200510b/main_street_world2005.pdf
 

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Westsidelife said:
The bad thing about Rodeo Drive is that you either spend a forture or simply just gawk at all the luxury. There's no urban residential space. That's why it's different from other streets like Fifth Avenue and Michigan Avenue.
On S. Rodeo there are some residentials... the "flatlanders" of Beverly Hills.
 

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Ferneynism said:
^ Dude, on your visit stop by Nike Town on Wilshire/Rodeo and you are most likely to bump into someone in bizz.... wether it's an actor/tress or athlete. They have all the new gear before footlocker and others. They do offer valet service, just a heads up. Then drive to La Cienega make a quick left and have lunch @ Stinky Rose....Mmmmmm. Then drive N. on La Cienaga pass the Beverly Center until it ends. Then your on the Sunset Strip. Make a quick right and on the left hand side you will see (Miayagi's) just make sure you pull up on a ferrari Enzo or something similar to get VIP access......

Is he going to have a car?
 
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