I've posted a question about Los Angeles already, but I have another question and thought it would be best to start a new Topic as it doesn't really relate to the other one.
I'm visiting L.A for 2 days, 3 nights in April with my partner. We will have a hire car as we are driving from Las Vegas. We keep going between the idea of doing the self-drive option and seeing all the places on our own or doing the City Tours. However, we have came up with his plan for our two full days with the intention that we will be using the hire car as much as possible.
-WB Tour VIP
-Drive to Hollywood have lunch somewhere
-Movie Stars Home Tour (Starline)
-Have a drive around, see & take photos of Grammy Museum,LA City Hall, the house from Charmed (tv show),Riverbeds (Grease), Walt Disney Concert Hall
-Dodgers Game @ 7pm
-Holy Cross Cemetery (John Candy grave)
-Venice High School (Grease high school - take a photo - big Grease fan haha)
-Lunch @ Farmers Market
-Westwood Memorial Park (Marilyn Monroe & few others)
-Mulholland Drive (sunset & city lights)
-Dinner @ Universal Studios maybe
Can anyone tell me if these plans are realistic/manageable or if they are not going to work?
Its difficult to know how long we will be spending at each place especially places like Venice Beach and Santa Monica and I've tried to calculate how long it takes to get from each place.
Is there anywhere that you can suggest is a must that I am not including in the plan. All suggests and advice welcome.
Another reason we are lending towards doing more self drive is that I am in a wheelchair and found a lot of tour companies do not have wheelchair accessible vehicles. Starline seems the most accessible.
My partner also wants to see locations from movies and tv shows, including the apartment from Karate Kid, the police station from Southland and the Pizza restaurant from Drive.
Would be great if anyone could let me know if the plans are likely to work or not :-)